Christine EddyProject Manager
“A situation may not improve right away with change, but it will never get better without it.”
Experience and Skills:
- Over 14 years in International Development Banking financing large scale projects with the purpose of alleviating poverty and improving living standards in Latin America.
- Specific expertise in organizational and process improvement; diagnosing and designing solutions to help organizations accomplish their mission in a more effective and cost-effective manner.
- Experienced in developing and implementing systems, policies and governance for large and small organizations, and in identifying areas for improvement which lead to future growth.
- Co-founded an adult Spanish literacy program for the immigrant community in Washington DC.
- Organized numerous corporate community service days.
- For two years, managed charity gala which raised 50% of the nonprofit’s annual budget, included 40 volunteers and 250 attendees, and introduced a new auction bidding system.
- Exceptional ability to quickly dive into and understand unfamiliar subject matter and translate this to material which can be readily understood by others.
- Brings operational expertise from the corporate and nonprofit worlds to clients looking for innovative approaches to their staffing and organizational needs.
- J.D., University of Wisconsin
- B.A. University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Latin American Studies
- M.A., Southern Illinois University, in Spanish (minor in History)
- Post-graduation course work in negotiation skills (“Getting to ‘YES’”), continuous process improvement and presentation skills
Professional and Community Affiliations:
- Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital – Troop Leader
- Shoebox for the Homeless Project Volunteer
- Clean Silo Creek Project Volunteer
- Fluent speaker of Spanish; conversant in Portuguese and German.
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