Katherine Ponce

Graduate Research Assistant, Sillerman Center

Katherine is earning a dual degree, MBA/MS, from the Heller School at Brandeis University. Her studies focus on global health policy and management and creative solutions to strengthen health systems.

After spending two years in sales and marketing, Katherine pivoted to pursue a passion for development. Katherine earned multiple fellowships, both internationally and domestically, including her most recent role as a Policy and Advocacy Intern at Women Deliver. Katherine is also a Sillerman Fellow and interned with the MetroWest Health Foundation in 2020.

Katherine received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 2015 from Towson University. Katherine is a former collegiate soccer player and in her spare time still loves to watch, coach, and play soccer for fun.

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Community Foundations Network Topical Call: Youth Philanthropy Engagement and Adaptations

Posted on June 30, 2021 by Katherine Ponce, Sheryl Seller

Join the Sillerman Center’s Youth Philanthropy Project staff to better understand the current landscape of youth philanthropy and youth engagement through insights from their State of Youth Philanthropy (2020-2021) survey, conducted in collaboration with the Foundation for MetroWest. Learn about what their data show about the way programs have adapted throughout of COVID-19, and the social and racial injustices faced across the country, and the… Read More

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