Eileen Little, President
Eileen is a first year MBA candidate. Prior to Smith she worked for an international healthcare NGO in Sub Saharan Africa and Asia, and also worked in graduate education. She would like to go into the international development field upon graduation. Eileen does not mind working in remote locations and enjoys really getting to know the local people, cultures, and traditions when working or traveling abroad. Her passion for working internationally started when she had the opportunity to conduct research on the farming methods in the Ifugao highland rice terrace regions of Banue, Philippines.
Brittani Hradsky, Treasurer
Brittani is a 2018 MBA candidate. Prior to starting at Smith, Brittani was a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco. She is looking to pursue a career in international development. Her favorite countries that she’s visited include Croatia and Jordan.
Robert Ginsberg, Vice President
Rob graduated in 2011 from the Smith School of business with a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management and International Business. Upon graduation he joined Stanley Black and Decker’s leadership program where he had a verity of roles helping to tackle programs facing the organization both domestically and internationally. After completed the 2-year leadership program he assumed the role of Global Process Manager – Spare Parts where he worked globally on both strategy / process improvement initiatives ranging from IT implementation, global sourcing redevelopment, and best practice sharing. Now back at Smith he is focusing his studies on General Management and Analytics. In his free time, you will catch him hanging out with friends and being disappointed over his favorite DC sport teams.
Nina Kouadio, Vice President
Originally from Cote D’Ivoire, Nina has 4 years of experience working with non-profit and international organizations. Her most recent position was with the World Bank where she worked on the Doing Business project 2017. She is currently enrolled in the dual degree MBA/MPP with a focus on Finance. Nina’s favorite countries that she has visited include South Africa and Tunisia.