Meet Our Guest Tweeters: Carley Clement and Natalie Ball, Manna Project International

On November 4th, Carley and Natalie will take over @NYUWassEmployer on Twitter and give you live updates about the projects they work on, meetings they attend, and the culture of the Manna Project International office.

Carley Clement

Carley Clement, New York University CAS '14 - Program Director at Manna Project International Ecuador

Carley is a New Yorker at heart, growing up in Rochester and moving to New York City to attend college. She studied at NYU where she majored in Spanish and Latin American Literatures and Cultures and completed a thesis on the presentation of Pope Francis in the Argentine press. After studying abroad in Buenos Aires and working for a summer at a non-profit in Medellín, Colombia, she was excited to get back to Latin America after graduation, and Manna seemed to be the perfect fit. In the future she hopes to continue to work on international development projects in Latin America and build bridges between the Latin America and the United States.

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Natalie Ball

Natalie is from Chicago, Illinois and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a minor in Multicultural/Global Health Studies. As a registered nurse, Natalie is very passionate about global health and is excited to partner with Manna Project’s community clinic to better improve health conditions. She enjoys teaching women’s health and staying active through her interest in soccer. Natalie developed her passion for social entrepreneurship while interning in Mexico City and participates in microfinance projects with women, especially through Manna’s jewelry cooperative. Natalie is very enthusiastic about a holistic approach to international development as it combines many of her passions and creates an opportunity to work alongside community members to help them realize long-term health and educational goals.