STEPHANIE ABBOTT-PANDEY, MA, BOSTON HUB SITE DIRECTOR
Stephanie Abbott-Pandey serves at the Boston Hub Site Director of the Millennium Fellowship. Stephanie spent three years in India helping community-based organizations develop strategic plans and improve their communication, grant writing and web skills. Stephanie has also worked extensively with both university students and faculty, first, as the Assistant Director of Internships and Service Learning at Wellesley College, and currently, as the Program Manager of the Brown-India Initiative and South Asian Studies at Brown University. Dedication to helping others achieve their highest potential is the thread that weaves Stephanie’s work in nonprofits and higher education together. Stephanie completed her Bachelors in Peace and Justice Studies from Wellesley College and her Masters in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University.
NATALIE TEVETHIA, MA, NEW YORK CITY HUB SITE DIRECTOR
Natalie Tevethia serves as the New York Hub Site Director for the Millennium Fellowship Program. Natalie brings expertise in gender equality, education, and corporate social responsibility. Her work in international development and human rights has spanned the government and nonprofit sectors in the U.S., Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the South Pacific. Natalie holds a Master’s degree in cultural anthropology from Rutgers University and a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology at Dickinson College. Natalie believes in the power of university students and their generation to advance people-centered, just, and sustainable global development.
LIZ REBECCA ALARCON, MIAMI HUB SITE DIRECTOR
Liz Rebecca Alarcon is foremost, a believer in authenticity. When she's not working for increased investment in early learning in Florida, she enjoys informing and being informed, reading, blogging, cooking and building community in her native Miami. She holds an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a B.A. in International Studies & Sociology from the University of Miami. Before beginning her career she was a Fulbright scholar in Costa Rica.