Sasha came to her current work via Chapman University, where she triple-majored in Political Science, Sociology, and French, followed by a yearlong Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship to study International Development in Mumbai, India. At Chapman, she started a microfinance club through the help of former president Bill Clinton’s Global Initiatives program. The club raised money for loans to 160 entrepreneurs and she presented on her experiences as part of the first student delegation to the World Microcredit Summit in Nairobi, Kenya. When not working, Sasha is probably off swing-dancing somewhere or performing with Seattle’s premiere vintage chorus line group, Sister Kate. She also enjoys collecting vintage clothing, cooking elaborate meals, studying topics from documentary film to mycology, and traveling — she has visited nearly 30 countries. Sasha would like to be a guest on the Daily Show, get a PhD, and hitchhike Japan.