Fellow Class: Class 1

Mauro Espinoza

Mauro is from Latin America and specialized in the fields of market research, branding and web development. With around 10 years of working experience in marketing, he has managed market research projects for a variety of international clients and conducted qualitative and quantitative studies throughout Latin America. He is currently working as community manager for …

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Jessica Espinoza

Jessica holds a double-degree in international business management from an Irish university and German business school. She is head of the business clients department of a development-oriented bank for very small, small and medium-sized businesses in Nicaragua. Prior to her current job, she served as regional manager for Africa and Latin America, working with a …

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Carlos Garcia

Carlos Garcia is a graduate of the Universidad Central de Venezuela, where he studied Geodetic Engineering and has lived in Caracas, Venezuela his entire life. Since he was 14 years old, he has been involved in social ventures and projects aiming to improve the quality of education and teaching conditions in the city’s slums and poor …

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Nick Fiore

Nick is co-director of IT Empowerment. He is currently a lecturer at Florida State University where he teaches human rights, international development, and social theory courses. Prior to this he conducted research at the International Criminal Court and recently finished a research project on the social impact of IT for education in Bhutan. Past development …

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Alex Merkovic-Orenstein

Alex Merkovic-Orenstein is a Truman Scholar and Fulbright Public Policy Fellow. From 2011 to 2012, he was the World Food Programme’s Special Assistant to the Rwandan Ministry of Gender. Previously, he worked for Action Against Hunger in Chad and the MicroLoan Foundation in the UK and Malawi. With Nick Fiore, another Resolution Fellow, he co-founded …

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