Master of Business Administration, Emphases: Finance | Entrepreneurship, Expected June 2011
University of California, Davis, Graduate School of Management
Honors & Leadership: Innovator Fellow | Net Impact Director of Career Development
Bachelor of Arts, Development Studies and Spanish & Portuguese, December 2003
University of California, Berkeley
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, March – December 2002
Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s Honor List
Successfully launched Artisan Capacity Building Program for a fair trade organization in Guatemala that led to
implementation of training sessions aimed at improving the lives of local indigenous artisans.
Authored talking points on girls’ rights to education, presented by Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland,
at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in January 2008.
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT | FINANCE STRATEGY EXPERIENCE
Opportunity Fund, Summer Microenterprise Associate, San Jose, CA, Jun-Sept 2010
Managed evaluation of Opportunity Fund’s Small Business Loan program: conducted client interviews,
supervised two undergraduate student interns, collected and analyzed data.
Piloted outcomes evaluation of Individual Development Account (IDA) Savings program.
International Center for Research on Women, Program Assistant, Washington, D.C., Oct 2006-Aug 2009
Managed budget and contracts of a $1 million grant, ensuring project objectives were met within budget.
Worked with team to produce measurement & evaluation strategy for the Nike Foundation.
Presented the benefits of program evaluation at 2007 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
Co-authored research paper influencing international development community to invest in adolescent girls.
Coordinated planning and logistics of international health conference, raising ICRW’s visibility in field of
Analyzed qualitative data on women’s property rights, HIV/AIDS, & domestic violence in sub-Saharan Africa.
Assisted with business development for SED Vice President leading to an increase in funding and staff.
Artisan Capacity Building Program, Mercado Global, Intern, Panajachel, Guatemala, June-Aug 2008
Launched Artisan Capacity Building Program: authored and designed manuals for financial literacy, business
administration and cooperative organization, and women’s health; oriented program facilitator.
Supervised and created workplans for other interns working on the Capacity Building Program.
Lewis, Feinberg, Renaker & Jackson, Legal Assistant, P.C., Oakland, CA, Sept 2004-May 2006
Managed intake of clients: conducted phone and in-person interviews of 200+ potential clients.
Provided the translation from Spanish to English for client-attorney interviews.
Greene, Margaret, Laura Cardinal, & Eve Goldstein-Siegel. Girls Speak: A New Voice in Global Development.
International Center for Research on Women: Washington, DC, July, 2010.
Barker, Gary, Margaret Greene, Eve Goldstein-Siegel, et al. What Men Have to Do With It: Public Policies to
Promote Gender Equality. International Center for Research on Women: Washington, DC, February, 2010.
ICRW. On the Map: Charting the Landscape of Girl Work. Washington, DC, February 2010.
COMMUNITY SERVICE | LEADERSHIP
Consultant, Community Consulting Group – UC Davis Sustainable Foods, Davis, CA, Mar-June 2010
Tutor/Mentor, Project Northstar, Washington, D.C., Jan 2007-July 2009
Assistant Coach, Berkeley High Women's Varsity Soccer, Berkeley, CA, Nov 2003-Feb 2004
Volunteer, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, Berkeley, CA, Feb-Dec 2003
Co-President, Team Captain & Member, UC Berkeley Women’s Club Soccer, Berkeley, CA, Sept 1999-Dec 2003
Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese | Proficient in MS Office Suite and Internet applications