Eugenia Vivanco, is Community Impact and Funding Director at Raza Development Fund for three years. In her current role, she is responsible for leading impact data, visualization and impact outcome measurement and evaluation efforts while also leading soft capital fundraising in line with RDF’s areas of strategic priority.
Prior to this role she was a junior Program Analyst for the International Labor Organization Office for the UN while getting her MA in international affairs from the Julien J. Studley Program at the New School University. She has worked with international nonprofit organizations in Mexico, Spain, and Ethiopia to design monitoring and evaluation tools, conducting stakeholder analysis, defining indicators, and creating program scorecards. She was selected as UN SDG Youth Ambassador in 2015 and Junior Analyst for the Mexico Mission to the United Nations and a summer fellow for Saha Global in 2016, a nonprofit bringing clean water to communities in northern Ghana. Eugenia is a Matamoros, Mexico – Brownsville, Texas native. Growing up in a border town, her upbringing between two cultures inspired her interest in community development and international affairs.
- UNA -USA Dallas Chapter Council Member
- Junior Adviser at Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations
- New School University, Eugene Lang Service and leadership Award 2015
- Saha Global Fellowship 2018