Santiago Bunce is an economist and analyst with a passion for improving quality of life and a commitment to creating opportunities that yield true prosperity and development. Over the last ten years, Santiago has refined his skills in international development, statistics, economics, facilitation, community engagement, and nonprofit management. In that time, Santiago has worked in both the private and nonprofit sectors. His international experience has included working in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, and Mexico. Santiago has developed, implemented, and evaluated projects related to health, education, finance, infrastructure development, and water access, among others. He has created qualitative and quantitative evaluation instruments, designed and conducted leadership and strategy trainings, and created GIS maps that visually display local and global data. Santiago received his MPIA from the University of California, San Diego where he focused on International Development and International Economics. Santiago received his BA in Theology from Boston College. He has also completed advanced coursework in financial management at the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba.
Santiago has roots both in the United States and Argentina. He has professional fluency in both English and Spanish.