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					                                                                                   EVE GOLDSTEIN-SIEGEL
                                                                                          egoldsteinsiegel@ucdavis.edu


EDUCATION
   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

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
         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
         gender equality.
       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.

PUBLICATIONS
   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
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
   Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese | Proficient in MS Office Suite and Internet applications

				
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