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  • Aug 13, 2014
    We separated into two groups yet again to deliver workshops and facilitate the drafting of business plans. Anastasiya and Barbara headed to the coastal province of Sechura while Malorie and Ted ventured further out to the mountainous province of Ayabaca. The city of Ayabaca is at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters. To get there we spent two hours on paved roads, breezing through customs checkpoints because of the regional government insignia on our pickup truck. The checkpoints are set up to prevent oil from being illegally brought in from Ecuador to be sold at a discount in Peru.
  • Aug 08, 2014
    The MBA program at Thunderbird emphasizes the importance of both hard and soft skills, particularly with respect to working in a global environment in cross cultural and cross functional teams. Throughout our academic experience, the majority of our work was in groups, meaning that as a TEM Lab team, we were well versed in team dynamics before coming to Peru.
  • Aug 04, 2014
    From July 13th through the 26th, I, in my role as TEM Lab Program Director, was in Nepal working with the Agriculture and Forestry University of Nepal (AFU) to help AFU design an Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) curriculum.  I was working through the facilitation of Winrock International’s Farmer to Farmer program, which brings Americans to Africa and Asia in order to share their expertise and build capacity in the host country.