Meet the Team
MS, Fielding Graduate University
BA, University of California-Santa Barbara
Page is a seasoned nonprofit leader with over 15 years experience managing capacity building, communications, strategy, operations, institutional relationships and peer-to-peer networks across six continents. She’s partnered with Fortune 50 corporations, top universities, UN agencies, global philanthropies and government agencies on projects in global education, entrepreneurship, health, agribusiness and women’s rights.
Before moving into consulting she spent a decade in the international development sector, most recently managing the signature program at Malala Fund supporting and strengthening advocates for girls' education in places like Pakistan and Northern Nigeria. Prior to that she spent 7 years at the Global Business School Network (GBSN), serving as Chief Operating Officer for five years, and as Communications Officer before that. During that time she was also Director of the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) as part of her role at GBSN.
While in graduate school she developed social media for the Federal Communication Commission's National Broadband Plan. In her early career she managed professional development programs for the nonprofit sector in Santa Barbara and worked in advocacy for Planned Parenthood California Central Coast.
Page earned her Bachelor's degree in Religious Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, her Masters degree in Media Psychology and Social Change from Fielding Graduate University, and she attended the Executive Development Institute at Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She gets to draw on the lessons learned from her education as the mentor of a parenting college student through Generation Hope. She lives in Washington DC, where she moderates the vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood parents listserv (8000 strong and counting) and tries to take her dog Mia to “America’s Hippest cemetery” as much as possible.