Kate Otto is the author of Everyday Ambassador: Make a Difference by Connecting in a Disconnected World. As a global health professional she has worked for The World Bank, USAID, and various grassroots organizations in Indonesia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique and Haiti. She earned her BA in International Relations and MPA in Health Policy and Management from New York University, and is currently pursuing her MD at the NYU School of Medicine. She is a proud Reynolds Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship, member of the Academy of Achievement, Truman Scholar, Luce Scholar, StartingBloc Fellow, and World Economic Forum Global Shaper. Check out Kate’s 2012 TEDx Talk, her Huffington Post column, and her 2009 NYU commencement speech.
Audrey del Rosario is an education consultant who facilitates conversations with students, educators, and executives on Everyday Ambassador’s framework for global citizenship and effective social change. She has worked with clients, such as Points of Light, Oxfam America, and New York University, to craft leadership development programs, corporate social responsibility campaigns, and strategic partnerships. She holds a degree in International Studies from Stonehill College and completed a certificate in Social Sector Leadership from the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business. Audrey is grateful to be a President’s Volunteer Service Award recipient, StartingBloc Social Innovation Fellow, Forté Foundation MBALauncher, Developing Fundraising Leaders Institute participant, and Transformative Action Institute-trained educator.
Anjana Sreedhar is a social impact consultant who earned her BA in International Relations from New York University. Her work creates comprehensive, culturally sensitive programs and resources for communities that need it most. In her free time, she likes to sing classical Western and Indian music, sip masala chai, and watch all things Bollywood.
Anya Elena Urcuyo is an undergraduate student at New York University studying International Health and Policy in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her research focuses on improving Latin American health care systems and the distribution of foreign aid. She is passionate about creating programs that promote mutual understanding between diverse cultures.
Kimberly Li is a multidisciplinary freelance artist working at the intersection of design and social impact. Her meaningful and effective designs have helped large organizations improve their social impact outcomes, including her work for DoSomething.org and several other clients as featured in her portfolio. She holds a BA in Business Administration and Studio Art from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Victoria Freyre is a writer and editor whose deep seeded love of writing dates back to her first completed work, a five chapter story she penned at age 12. It chronicled the unrequited love of a teen for her next door neighbor. Whether she is jotting down bits of wacky conversation between her unsuspecting friends or writing what she thinks will be the quintessential great american novel, she can always be found armed with some kind of messy notebook and various multi-colored pens. Born and raised in the humid suburbs of Miami, Victoria currently resides in the delicious city of Chicago with her husband and her slightly maladjusted pup.