WGEP’s Young Professionals Board (YPB) was formed in March 2015 by a dedicated group of WGEP volunteers.
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February 2017 Meet Up
Join our February 2017 Meet Up to meet new members and help plan our 2017 Speaker Series focusing on girls’ education!
Wednesday, Feb. 15th @ 6:30 pm
400 W. Erie, Chicago, IL 60654
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Bring any friends and colleagues who might be interested!
We will be in a conference room, but will have drinks and snacks to kick off while we meet everyone!
About the Board
The WGEP Young Professionals board is a diverse group interested in global development and gender equality. We are dedicated to supporting education for girls and young women to fight poverty in the most impoverished communities, particularly rural, sub-Saharan Africa.
Young professionals can learn about the impact of empowering young people through education, and the benefits to communities and families, from WGEP partners on the ground. They can also join in unique fundraising and social networking events. This is a singular opportunity to connect to development issues in Africa and have an immediate impact.
Events, like Drinks for Girls Education, On the Table, and Eats for Education, provide young professionals the opportunity to have fun, meet new people, and support critical work.
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Meet the Board
Audrey Huzenis, Co-Chair
Audrey worked in finance for more than eight years in business development strategy and management. She graduated from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Bachelor’s program (’06) and then moved to New York to work for Credit Suisse through early 2014, predominantly in their Alternative Investments Distribution Strategy and COO team. She grew up in Chicago, attending Chicago City Day School and St. Ignatius College Prep. She has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and traveled extensively, including Tanzania. She currently splits time between New York and Chicago.
Alex is a management consultant at Slalom Consulting with nearly 10 years of professional experience working in Financial Services Technology and Operations, and Healthcare. Key leadership and roles have focused on Project Management, Change Management, Business Analysis, and Strategic Communications across New York and Chicago. Alex recently lead an Innovation Challenge with Lumity and Amundsen High School, which focused on delivering real world experience on STEM with high schoolers. She also regularly volunteers with The Main Idea. Outside of the office, Alex loves to cook and entertain, hang out lakeside with her pitbull, or explore and eat through Chicago’s neighborhoods.