Cristina Bernardo
Head of Academic Partnerships at Emzingo

The baby of ten, Cristina comes from a loving Cuban-American home in Washington, DC. Her parents unique struggle to escape from a dictatorship inspired her from a very young age to fight for social justice. She has managed Emzingo’s NexGen Fellowship in Peru, and now leads the development of the North American Academic market. Cristina graduated from Kenan-Flagler School at UNC Chapel Hill and completed a Masters in International Development at London School of Economics and Political Sciences.

Articles by Cristina Bernardo

  • Cristina Bernardo

    At the Columbia Social Enterprise Conference, Millennials Rising

    Millennials: who are we and how do we want to change the world? The key themes of this year’s Columbia Social Enterprise Conference sought to address these fundamental questions. Loosely described as adults born from 1980 to 2000, the millennial generation sees things very differently, said Professor Bruce Usher, conference organizer and director of the Social Enterprise Program at Columbia Business School.

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