My professional experiences range from managing US federally funded programs in the US and consulting on poverty measurement in West Africa to being a Product Manager for a publicly traded company in the US. I work really well at the intersection of business and tech teams and have enough fluency in both to thrive.

I'm looking for a role where I can use my project management and product management skills to contribute to a project in need -- It would be really fun to use my French (that admittedly isn't quite fluent in a professional setting) and my background in performance measurement/impact measurement. I can write and coordinate impact assessments, scope a product and manage a build, and read/edit reports.

My motivation at this time is that COVID has me primarily working as a stay at home mom and I would love to have a project that lights up my brain a little bit in a different way. It's always been important to me to give back, to center my time and donations on really innovative and impactful projects.

I am currently looking for paid work and so, pending how that proceeds, my availability may change (to more or less available time). I intend to be very transparent about my availability.

Personal information
Full name: Robin Rosenberg
User name: rrosenberg123
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Volunteer background
Education: Master's on MA Gender and International Development (University of Melbourne)
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Start date: None
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Hours available per week: 5
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Volunteer projects

Project name Organization name Social impact area Project summary Task name Task status
COVID Mali The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science Education COVID Mali is a consortium of skilled engineers, designers, architects, and makers working on prototyping and refining PPE equipment and other medical supplies with localized raw materials in Bamako, Mali. Our team builds much-needed equipment including shields, gowns, prototypes for N95 equivalent respirators, and vacuum molding for bending/forming plastic or plexiglass (i.e. for face shields) to name a few. We plan to procure some raw materials abroad but aim to mainly rely on locally-procured materials for production, while simultaneously bolstering our local community partnerships for those who will fall most vulnerable to the virus. Project scoping Started