Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow
Krizia Rosario Lopez is the Bloomberg Harvard City Hall Fellow at the City of St. Louis, where she is developing a long-term strategy to address the City's workforce development needs over the next two years.
Krizia is passionate about improving socioeconomic opportunity for marginalized communities through skill-based interventions. She recently earned her Master in Public Administration from Harvard, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Kennedy School Review and received the Donald K. Price Award in Leadership for her work in student government. She worked as a research fellow with the Department of Labor and the Harvard Project on Workforce, and as a teaching fellow in various Harvard Negotiation, Leadership, and Management courses.
Krizia worked at Google for six years in international roles in Employment Marketing, DEI, and Learning & Development. She founded Puentes Community Translators, a workforce development initiative in New York City for youth in low-income immigrant communities, and was the operations director at a public school in a 95% Spanish-speaking, low-income area of NYC. Krizia graduated with a BA from Columbia University and was a Fulbright Research Scholar in Nicaragua. She is originally from Peru and immigrated to the U.S. as a child. She speaks German, Spanish, and Chinese, and recently became a mom with the birth of her son, Ruben.
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St. Louis, Missouri 63103
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