Maya Radiconcini serves as the Ms. Foundation for Women’s Executive Coordinator and Board Liaison. She has spent over fifteen years supporting leadership teams at various foundations and non-profits, and has experience with global grassroots partnerships. Maya has extensive work/life experience in Latin America, the U.S. and Europe supporting social change projects in human rights, the environment and health including program coordination at the Rockefeller Foundation during the initial phase of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, and managing grants for women’s initiatives worldwide with American Friends Service Committee. Maya has volunteer experience with the Andean Intercultural Workshop, providing local communities with experiential tools for conflict transformation and community building, and with the Alternative to Violence Project, working in prisons and local communities as a workshop facilitator.
Maya has a B.S. in history from Kenyon College, holds a graduate certificate in Latin American Studies from Andean University, Simón Bolívar, and earned an M.S. in geography from the University of Wisconsin.