TRAINING & MENTORING STUDENTS
Throughout my career in non-profit and academic research, I prioritize the development of students to be confident, well-rounded, and theoretically and methodologically sharp researchers and professionals.
GRADUATE RESEARCH INTERNS
I oversee the Intern Program at Women's World Banking's Research Team. Skills taught and developed:
professional soft skills
qualitative data analysis
mixed methods data synthesis
For interest or questions in working with me and our team, please email me at mdb at womensworldbanking dot org.
Ana Z., PhD of Geography, UC Davis
Mansi A., Masters of Public Administration, Columbia University
Alba L., Masters of International Studies, Tufts University
Mai N., Masters of Diplomacy, Tufts University
Solveig B., Bachelors of Economics & Philosophy, Georgetown University
Ana María Q., Bachelor of Science in Agronomy, Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Bogotá. Now pursuing her doctorate in Agronomy.
(Ana María in photo above, taking soil samples in Tolima.)
MENTEES & ADVISORY ROLES
Elizabeth V.B., PhD in Agroecology, Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Bogotá. *Serving on Doctoral Advisory Committee (comité tutorial).*
Guadalupe A.G., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. *Served on Masters Advisory Committee (comité tutorial).*
Jennifer A., PhD in Biology, Columbia University, Fulbright Grantee from Colombia. *Serving as U.S. mentor.*
STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
María Paula H., Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Rosario University, Colombia. *Now pursuing her doctorate in Anthropology.
Hannah P., Bachelor of Science in Geography, Penn State
Brit I., Bachelor of Science in Geography, Penn State
Zixuan H., Bachelor of Science in Geography, Penn State
Panini P., Bachelor of Science in Geography, Penn State
Nicole R., Bachelor of Science in Geography, Penn State