MEET OUR TEAM
Ms. Atieno Oduor is the Founder and President of IGLOW. She is responsible for organization-wide management and strategic planning, overseeing all operations and technical program design. Ms Oduor is a governance, gender and development expert with experience implementing and managing multi-million USAID, Global Fund and DFID development projects. Born and raised in Kenya, she has worked in South Sudan, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya and Turkey, primarily developing capacity building tools on resilience programming, gender budgeting, leadership, conflict mitigation and grants management. She holds a Master’s Degree in African Studies and International Relations from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, as well as a Bachelor’s degree with Distinction in Political Science from University of Delaware.
Patrick Doyle is an operations and program management specialist for USAID projects. Mr. Doyle has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History from the University of South Dakota.
Stacey Keare is an attorney, philanthropist, and public policy analyst. She, along with her husband, is the Founder of the Girls Rights Project, an organization dedicated to advancing the rights of girls throughout the world using a combination of research, advocacy and philanthropy. Ms. Keare studied international relations at Stanford University, has a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a law degree from Hastings College of the Law. She has been on the Board of the San Mateo County Legal Aid Society and was a founding Board member of Summit Prep Charter High School and Summit Public Schools, organizations creating progressive college prep charter schools in the Bay Area. She is on the Silicon Valley Leadership Board of the Global Fund for Children, and is on the Kennedy School’s Women’s Leadership Board. Ms. Keare has three daughters, Haley, Ryan, and Brooke, and lives in Woodside, CA with her husband John Hodge.
Dr. Kevin Warr is a seasoned international development professional with 20 years’ experience, including currently providing technical and managerial leadership to Palladium’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning practice. He has designed and implemented over 20 innovative democracy/governance-energy projects in 15 countries, distinguished by their excellent results.
Dr. Warr has working experience with the following countries: Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Brazil, Cameroon, Georgia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Lesotho, Mali, Mexico, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, USA, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Dr. Warr holds a PhD in International Relations from American University in Washington, DC; a Master’s degree in International Affairs from the George Washington University.
Noelle Nelson earned both a Bachelor’s and a PhD in Marketing (with a minor in Psychology) from the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Her research focuses on human memory and cognition, as well as the effect of visual design on consumer decision making and behavior. Another stream of research addresses the role negative emotions play in consumer learning.
In Dr. Nelson’s current role as Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas, she teaches classes on Consumer Behavior at all levels in the School of Business (Undergrad, Honors Undergrad, Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA and PhD).
Stephanie Brunni is originally from Greensburg, IN. She went to school at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN and graduated in 2012 with Bachelors’ degrees in Sales Management and Psychology. She is currently attending flight school in Phoenix where she is training to become a professional pilot. Ms. Brunni recently earned her private pilot’s license and is now working on her instrument rating. Her goal is to eventually serve as a pilot for nonprofit organizations in remote and underserviced areas.