Alexandra Endara, MA
Alexandra is the Program Manager for the IIGH. In this role, she manages day-to-day operations for the Institute, supports strategic planning and implementation, and works with internal and external partners.
She previously worked in global development at the World Bank for over 6 years, with a focus on project management, capacity building, and stakeholder engagement for a variety of global projects, including building of Monitoring and Evaluation systems in Nepal, Zambia, and Bolivia, social enterprise training, and citizen participation projects in rural and urban settings.
Alexandra holds a Master’s in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service and a Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). While at Georgetown, she obtained a graduate certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies and was a regional intern with Refugees International. She has been invited to guest lecture at several universities, foundations, and government agencies.