Extremely disturbing that racism and poverty are worse now than in the late 1960s. We need a new kind of change and… https://t.co/GucpE9YuEg
WHO WE ARE
Gretchen Ki Steidle's inspiration for her work with women in developing countries first stirred in her as a child when her military family was transferred to the Philippines where she discovered the difficulties of poverty. She graduated in 1996 with a BA in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia, where she attended as a Jefferson Scholar. From 1996–1999 Gretchen worked in international project finance for PMD International, Inc., a boutique investment banking firm specializing in infrastructure development in poor countries. She returned for her MBA (2001) at the Tuck School at Dartmouth College, where she helped to found what is now Tuck's Center for Business and Society.