Lead, Learning and Solv[ED] Communities, MIT Solve
Eliza Berg is the Lead for Solve’s Learning pillar. She brings with her a passion for ensuring that everyone has access to and benefits from high quality, continuous learning opportunities that support their lifelong goals.
Eliza most recently served as Senior Officer for the Learning Community at Solve, where she supported early stage edtech innovators to grow and scale their work. Before joining Solve, Eliza served as Program Associate for Education and the Development of Knowledge at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, where she managed project activities for the Commission on the Future of Undergraduate Education and the Lincoln Project: Excellence and Access in Public Higher Education. While at the Academy, she also organized a series of meetings on the changing social, political, and economic realities for women around the world.
Previously, she volunteered for Boston-based international organizations, including Empower Dalit Women of Nepal and the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. Eliza received her BA in International Relations from Boston University, where she studied abroad in Geneva, London, and Rabat, Morocco. Her research and work has been published by the Boston Consortium for Arab Region Studies and The International Relations Review.
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