Eli comes to Net Impact as part of the Newman’s Own Foundation Fellowship program, a program for recent college graduates that have demonstrated leadership and want to use their skills and talents to strengthen individuals and communities through community development and social change work. NOF Fellows are placed at nonprofit/philanthropic organizations across the US.
As an Associate, Eli works on multifaceted, interdisciplinary projects supporting the Chapters and Conference teams at Net Impact Central. He is also primarily responsible for supporting and engaging Net Impact’s global network through the NI International Hubs initiative.
Eli graduated from Arizona State University in 2019 with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems.
- I grew up wanting to be: a pro athlete or an astronaut, but then I realized that I'm already nervous about flying, so how would 'flying' into outer space work out for me?!?
- When I need to relax, I: Do anything active, although my go-to's are taking a walk in a very aesthetically pleasing location, practicing yoga, or training at the gym.
- My most useful skill is: ...apparently, my laugh. It helps people locate me in the middle of a crowd, it serves as a beacon, a wordless expression of agreement or confusion, and the foundation of many solid Eli impressions.