pronouns: she, her, hers
Maya keeps us motivated. As a member of our team (and a certified personal trainer), Maya combines her passion for social impact and love of strategy to keep us focused on our most important goals. Prior to joining Development Guild DDI, Maya served as a program consultant with 5210 Worcester, assisting in the implementation of a childhood obesity pilot program and as a member of the program evaluation team at Seven Hills Global Outreach where her work took her to West Africa to study women-led micro-financing enterprises. Her clients have included Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, Choate Rosemary Hall, Colby College, Community Access, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, League School, Mount Sinai Health System, National Coast Guard Museum Association, Partners in Health, Simmons University, and University of Miami.
Maya is an alumna of Clark University where she earned both her BA and a Master of Public Policy and Nonprofit Administration degree. A Vermonter at heart, Maya now calls Boston home. When not at work she can be found running outside (preferably with a canine companion) or listening to political podcasts.