Julianne Dana brings extensive experience in working with emerging markets in developing countries, specifically to Latin America. She began in 2011 by leading youth and coordinating with local governments in order to construct classrooms in the poor outskirts of Bolivia as well as helping International Latin American Communities in the DC area as an 18-month full-time volunteer. She has also spent over 2 years interpreting Spanish in Medical, Educational and Legal settings. After her fieldwork, Julianne took that knowledge into her role as the Business Manager of Humanitarian Experience for Youth (HEFY), where she promoted and developed trips to help local communities in over 16 developing countries. As the GDF Project Analyst, Julianne helps in managing a multi-million Euro fund to promote geothermal energy in Latin America among other projects. Julianne graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.