Verité is delighted announce the addition of, and to welcome, the following new staff members:
Jenna Barron – Grant Writer/Business Development Associate
Jenna joined us in May from the Office of Marketing and Communications at Mount Holyoke College. Prior to moving to Massachusetts, she worked as an Administrative Manager at Oceana, an international ocean conservation NGO based in Washington, DC.
Karen Bradway – Program Assistant
Karen is a former university English instructor who joined Verité this spring to support the Training and Audit departments. She has taught at the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh, worked as a reporter for the Saudi Gazette, and served in the US Army.
Sophie Broach – Research Analyst
Sophie joined the Research Department following 3 years in Thailand and Laos where she worked with PSI designing research tools, analyzing field data, and writing grant proposals.
Marisa Catalina Casey – Marketing and Communications Manager
Marisa joined us just this week. In addition to her time in the Peace Corps, and as Executive Director of a non-profit, she has also consulted widely to mission-based organizations in the areas of marketing, communications, and design.
Motthida Chin – Program Director
Motthida joined the Consulting and Training team in April from Nordstrom. Motthida has over 20 years of experience in international development and facilitation of global CSR programs in the profit and non-profit sectors. She was instrumental in setting-up programs for Nike, Columbia Sportswear, REI, and ILO Better Work program in Cambodia.
Taylor Fallon – Research Assistant
A recent Smith College graduate, Taylor is also a former Verité intern. She will be working in the Research Department.
Victoria Healy – Chief Financial Officer
Vicky, who started with us in June, brings a wealth of experience in financial and general management to Verité from her impressive career spent mostly in the health care sector.
Sarah Lince – Program Manager
Sarah recently joined Verité to work on both research and supply chain consulting projects. She brings a wealth of experience in agriculture, construction, and informal livelihoods in Africa, Latin America, and Asia.