Analía Viola is currently working at the think tank organization, Fedea, in Spain. This year she was enrolled into a Doctoral Program in Economics at Spanish University, UNED. Her research fields are applied health economics, long-term care, and education. Analía is currently working on a paper which discusses the effects of copayment on the propensity to consume pharmaceuticals upon retirement in Spain.
Patricio Borgono is now working with Matrix Consulting, a firm that works with both the public and private sectors in Chile. In addition, he and his wife welcomed a son, Pedro, born in August.
Elohim Monard is now a Technical Advisor for Barrio Seguro (Safe Neighborhood) in the Interior Ministry of Peru.
Donna Daniels is now a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Mattias Lindström is now working in the Private Sector Development department at the Swedish Embassy/SIDA in Afghanistan.
Soledad Bauza is now the Deputy Director of the UNDP mission in Havana, Cuba.
Sebastian Lopez Azumendi is now the Senior Advisor to the Chief of Staff of the National Government of Argentina.
Hiroshi Saeki is now a Senior Economist in the for the World Bank Group in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He will be working there for three years on a new assignment, leading all projects in the education sector of country.
Ipchita Bharali is now an Associate in Research at the Duke Global Health Institute in Durham, North Carolina.
Vanessa Uriarte is now Manager of Institutional Giving at Project HOPE in Washington, D.C.