NESsTERs

Our NESsT Entrepreneur-in-Residence (NESsTER) program aims to inspire and prepare the next generation of social enterprise leaders with the knowledge, skills and vision they need to excel as professionals in the field.

NESsTER Alumni have gone on to become leaders in their own right in the social enterprise field as well as in philanthropy, international development, nonprofit management, consulting and investment. In a survey of NESsTER Alumni, more than 90% indicated that their experience as a NESsTER contributed positively to their professional development whatever path they chose.
NESsTER Alumni Profiles: Then & Now
Matt Evans

Chile

Matthew Evans

Managing Director, Impact Carbon
San Francisco, California, USA

Bill Gardiner

Chile

Bill Gardiner

NESsT Grantwriter
Santiago, Chile

Marina Kim

Chile

Marina Kim

Ashoka - Innovators for the Public
Washington, DC, USA


Sofia Mikelakis

Chile

Sofia Michelakis

Senior Program Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Seattle, Washington, USA

Brian Milder

Chile

Brian Milder

Director of Strategy & Innovation, Root Capital
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

John Waldmann

Hungary

John Waldmann

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford, California, USA


NESsTER Alumni
Other NESsTER Alumni include*:

Freddy Abnousi
Oxford University, Said Business School

Neil Baguiran
Barclays Global Investors

Barbara Bencze
Corvinus University of Budapest

Snjezana Bokulic
Minority Rights Group International

Marjorie Brans
Harvard Law School

Ivan Budisic
NESsTER, Zagreb

Sheila Collins
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

Jill Costello
UBS Warburg

Curtis Chambers
NESsTER- MIS & IT, Santiago de Chile

Marc Charpentier
NESsTER- ESSEC Business School, France

Carolina Camacho
NESsTer Venture Philanthropy, Santiago de Chile

Karen Carpenter
NESsTER, Santiago

Michele Diener

Brewster Crosby
Georgetown University

Matt Daggett
Oxford University, Said Business School

Aureliano De Castro
MIDI Project

Gyorgy Dallos
NESsTer Budapest

Vyjayanti Desai
Wharton Business School

Annelise Dillon
Stanford University

Matt Evans
Ashoka

Jane Edmonstone
NESsTer San Francisco

Lauren Franks
MIDI Project

Anabella Florea
SELUSI NESsTER, Romania

Cynthia Gair
REDF

Charles Galinier-Warrain
NESsTER, Santiago

Kristin Greene
Wharton Business School

Hannah Gilula
NESsTer Budapest

Mark David Harrold
NESsTer Budapest

Robert Griffin
University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business

Richard Hansko
University of Economics (Prague)

Thomas Hendee
Stanford University

Bradley Henderson
Oxford University, Said Business School

Richard Hanko
NESsTer Budapest

Rufus Henneken
NESsTER, Santiago

Cy Hersh
Venture Law Group

Ádám Horváth
Budapest Corvinus University

Orkhan Huseynli
Tiffin University, Prague

Emese Ibolya
Maholnap Hungarian Welfare Foundation

Annabel Ipsen
ISEE Coordinator

Gabriela Ivan
NESsTer Romania

Jay Jackson
Thunderbird

Scott Jenkins

Kenan Jiang
Stanford

Julia Jones
REDF

Marina Kim
Stanford University

Yihwan Kim
NESsTER, São Paulo

Korlan Korlan Imanbayeva
Tiffin University

Jacob Kovacs-Goodman
Stanford University

Tvrtko Krakun
Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Jen’l’ Lafaurie
Wharton Business School

Eugene Larson
Georgetown University

David Lee
Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business

Edward Leigh
Wharton Business School

Kimber Lockhart
Stanford University

Mark Lundeen
University of Michigan

Giselle Leung
MIDI project NESsTer

Kimber Lockhart
Stanford University

Eric Litton
NESsTER-NVF LA

Matt Lombardi
Galeforce NESsTER in San Francisco

Susana Lopez
Columbia University

Sofia Michelakis
Venture Law Group

Leana Mayzlina
NESsTER, Santiago

Brian Milder
Rockefeller Fellow, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government

Christina de Molina
Comité para la Democratización de la Informática

Shedisha Matthias
Communications NESsTER, San Francisco

Francesca Mazzola
Stanford University

Kate McQuater
Jeannette K. Watson Fellow

Justyna Moranowicz
AIESEC

Jeff Moray
Wharton Business School

Kelly Newton
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Andreea Nistor
NESsTER, Timisoara

Catherine O’Dea-Hughes
In Other Words LLC

Daniela Olivos
Stanford University

Mark Pedersen
Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs

Sandra Pina
NESsTER, Santiago

Emanuel Pleitez
Stanford University

Tiberiu Emil Posa
NESsTer Romania

Jeroen Prinsen
NESsTER- NVF PERU

Eliza Parad
NESsTer in Santiago de Chile

Alicia Policinski
Wharton Business School

Raluca Puie
NESsTer, Timisoara

Anna Raff
Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kelly Ramirez
UNESCO

Kate Raphael
Communications NESsTER in Santiago de Chile

Daniel Reynolds
Stanford University

Stephanie Ropp
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business

Sally Rose
Volunteer, Santiago

Rachel Rosenberg
Stanford University

Marton Rovid
SELF NESsTer, in Budapest

Alexander Sarly
NESsTer Santiago de Chile

Gabriela Sebényová
Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Miroslava Simova
Sofia University

Gyöngyi Simon
NESsTER Budapest

Ana Sladic
NESsTER, Zagreb

Shannon St. John
NESsTer Santiago de Chile

Katerina Svickova
Central European University

Veronika Takacs
Bocconi University, Milan, Italy

Margaret Tallman
University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business

Adrienne Taleki
Wharton Business School

Bernadett Tarjanyi
SELUSI NESsTER in Budapest

Peter Tatrai
SELUSI NESsTER, Budapest

Max Tattenbach
Yale University

Mohit Thukral
Stanford University

Kwame Varga
NESsTER, Budapest

Csilla Volgyi
NESsTER, Santiago

Mae Vichitkulwongsa
NESsTER, San Francisco

John Waldmann
Stanford University

Robert Webb
HEC School of Management

Katie Wolford
NESsTer in San Francisco

Celina Young
Oxford University, Said Business School

Moeed Yousaf
Morgan Stanley & Co.

* With affiliations at time of NESsTER participation.