|Education||M.S., George Mason University, Arlington, Va.
B.A., University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto, Rico
|Inspiration||“I feel inspired by resilient people that follow their dreams & goals; and when I am able to help others tap into their potential to evolve into their best self. Being able to make a positive impact in other people's lives brings me joy.”|
Alexandra Santiago, junior trainer, is part of Greenleaf’s team that serves USAID’s Office for Food for Peach (FFP) training unit. She works with other Greenleaf FFP team members and client stakeholders to optimize and implement standard operating procedures for training unit activities, prepare classroom deliveries, and assist in post-course processing.
She comes to Greenleaf from Second Wave Learning in Reston, Va., where she served for over two years, first as a curriculum consultant and assessment facilitator and then as culture and transformation specialist focused on a range of training responsibilities.
Prior to that, Alexandra served as training administrator at CACI International in Reston, Va. There, she designed, developed and delivered a range of employee courses and leadership workshops and supporting materials. Her career also includes a year as junior administrator at Ost Inc., a technology consulting firm in McLean, Virginia.
Alexandra holds a Master of Science degree in organizational development and knowledge management from George Mason University in Arlington, Va. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology with a minor in business entrepreneurship from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.
What inspires Alexandra? “I feel inspired by resilient people that follow their dreams & goals; and when I am able to help others tap into their potential to evolve into their best self. Being able to make a positive impact in other people’s lives brings me joy.”<<Back to Our Team