To keep up with Corine Graber Alvarez, you’re going to need to move quick.
At 26 years old, this professional accountant and newly-minted MBA candidate is on the move—and has been since an early age.
Graber Alvarez was born in Puerto Rico, spent adolescence in the Philippines, Texas and Indiana, launched her professional career in Chicago, and this fall will begin a new chapter as an MBA candidate at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College (N.H.).
She isn’t sure when exactly she first came across MEDA, but between one adventure or another, she found a natural fit with MEDA’s 65-year-old tried-and-true tradition of ‘creating business solutions to poverty.’
Her interest was solidified when she served as a volunteer accountant for a MEDA-started financial institution in Nicaragua.
“I’ve seen the value, firsthand, of the projects and people supported by MEDA,” she said.