I came to the TFC because I believe that private sector skills are essential for sustainable social good and hope to partner in an interdisciplinary setting to better isolate problems and discuss solutions.”
COMING TOGETHER TO SOLVE REAL PROBLEMS.
“[The project with Wuqu’ Kawoq] was well aligned with my background in medical anthropology and global health in Latin America, and my interest in making public health programs work better. My experience really reemphasized the importance of interdisciplinary approaches to the social challenges I want to tackle.”
ALLEVIATING POVERTY STARTS WITH GETTING PERSONAL.
“I was immediately drawn to working with the Malika Monkeys because their model is the type of investment in human capital that I worked on in my previous career, managing college and career readiness initiatives in Pittsburgh, PA.”