About

Just a place for me, an incorrigible idealist and globetrotter, to share some interesting stories and experiences about the curious world that we live in.

I’m an avid reader of the New York Times, and decided to categorize all of my blog posts here into the same sections as the Times’. Even though this can look a bit silly, I rather like it.

Current Location: Sydney, Australia

Previous Occupation: Kiva Fellow

Eva hails from Washington, D.C., where she was working as a government IT consultant. Most recently, she worked on operations and data management for Recovery.gov, a large-scale transparency initiative which tracks the flow of $787 billion in stimulus funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Eva is interested in social entrepreneurship and activities that intersect both private and public sectors. She graduated from Brown University in 2006 with a degree focus on development studies, and hopes to put her degree, interest, and prior work experience to good use as a Kiva Fellow in the Philippines. Prior to the U.S., Eva also lived in Taiwan, Israel, and Malawi. She’s very excited about this opportunity to be a seminomad “off the beaten path” once again while making a difference and helping alleviate poverty, one life changing loan at a time.

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