Researched sustainable enterprise solutions to extreme poverty and microfinance in the context of social justice while pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and International Affairs.
Evaluated grant applications and visited small businesses and cooperatives in rural Nicaragua to determine recipients of grant funding from Northeastern University’s Social Enterprise Institute.
Informally consulted with the directors of a care center in an impoverished South African township to bolster fundraising efforts and design a more sustainable stream of income.
Gained exposure to development initiatives across sectors and geographies in addition to the intricacies of working with investors and other third-parties to structure, market and close transactions during a five month tenure as an intern with Enclude.
B.S. Economics, Northeastern University
B.A. International Affairs, Northeastern University
I am energized by the prospect of directing resources to where they are most needed, and encouraged by the growing commitment to finding meaningful uses for capital. Ultimately, I believe that through innovation, responsible investments, and targeted capacity building, the global economy that is too often characterized by ignorance, greed and waste can be reordered to satisfy the unmet needs of people and communities across geographies.
Title: Analyst, Capital Advisory Services