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Thunderbird, School of Global Management, Glendale, AZ
May 2009
MBA in Global Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Projects:  Sustainable Innovation Summit Marketing Director, Thundercares
Clubs: Net Impact President, Service Corps Founder
Honors: EDGE Leadership, Presidential Scholarship
GMAT: 750

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
May 2005
Bachelor of Arts Film and International Relations, Double Major                                       
Activities: Director Commedus Interruptus
Honors: Cum Laude

Professional Experience

GBSN, Washington, DC
January 2009 - April 2009


  • Organized and executed interviews of 30 stakeholders from Goldman Sachs, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and numerous universities from around the world; incorporated findings into strategic plan.

Wild Jordan/Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, Amman, Jordan
January 2009


  • Identified online booking channels targeted towards backpackers and independent travelers; recommendations enabled organization to circumvent travel agents, reduce costs, and reach a wider market.

Ashoka/Youth Venture, Inc., Arlington, VA
May 2008 – August 2008
Summer Associate                                                                                              

  • Interviewed senior executives at United Way, YMCA, Dress for Success and seven other non profits on operational and financial best practices; developed pro-forma budgets and five year financial projects for franchising operations.

Peace Corps, Uliastai, Mongolia
June 2005 – July 2007
Health Management Consultant           

  • Coordinated visits of western doctors with the US Embassy and arranged for professional translation; enabled medical trainings of a dozen doctors in local villages.
  • Collaborated with the Director of the Health Department, the Assistant Director, the Head of the Hospital, and the nurse staff in the design of the Center for Children with Disabilities; secured grants for training of nine nurses in care for children with special needs.
  • Trained 100 Peace Corps Volunteers and Mongolian nationals on project management design and monitoring; within 3 months 5 groups received grants from government and private sources.
  • Produced and wrote a mystery language program to teach English as a second language.                                                               

Hollywood Health and Society Project, Los Angeles, CA
September 2004 – June 2005
Researcher, Archivist                                                                                 

  • Co-designed criteria for monitoring popular TV shows for health content.
  • Converted archives to digital, reducing storage space by 50%.

Additional Information
Languages:      English (Native); Mongolian (Advanced High); Spanish (Basic); French (Basic)
Special Interests:
Computer Skills:   Final Cut; Adobe Premiere; Microsoft Office; InDesign; Photoshop; SPSS (Basic); Typing (English and Cyrillic alphabets)