The Team

BOARD MEMBERS
Lourdes Lee Vasquez
(President/Chair of Film Committee)
Bryan Vasquez (Vice President/Chair of Marketing Committee)
Paul Raia (Secretary/Chair of Cultural Events Committee)

SHORT FILMS COMMITTEE
Andre Gordon (Chair)

FEATURE FILM COMMITTEE
Lourdes Lee Vasquez (Chair)

MARKETING COMMITTEE
Bryan Vasquez (Chair)

CULTURAL EVENTS COMMITTEE
Paul Raia (Chair)

FORUMS COMMITTEE
Robin Postel (Chair)

FINANCE COMMITTEE
Elisia Flores (Chair/Treasurer)

ADVISORY BOARD
Essen Otu
Tavy Long

Tavy Long is currently a partner at Axiom International, a boutique project development and financing company. The Axiom team develops and finances projects globally in infrastructure and land development, and clean technology. Recognizing that "challenges are inherent in all compounded things" from her experiences in various international projects, she thrives in ambiguous environments and brings inter-cultural insights to complex projects.
While at Thunderbird pursuing her MBA, she worked with a science and technology company that provides predictive solutions to the health and insurance industries on how they can expand the growth of the business and reach an international level. Additionally, she worked with a growing clinical research organization in Amman, Jordan to build a strategic plan for expansion and growth into regional and international markets.
Prior to joining Thunderbird School of Global Management, Tavy had worked for Edward Jones, a multinational investment firm, as a Fixed Income Trader for a course of three years. After those three years in the financial services industry, she felt a calling to return to her native Cambodia in order to see where she could make a positive contribution to the country. While there, she worked for Sciaroni & Associates, the largest international law firm in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as the Finance Manager. Since then her extensive travels and current efforts have led to the pursuit of a project that involves advanced water technology to address four socioeconomic problems of Cambodia: poverty, access to clean water, gender stratification and youth education.

 

 

 
 

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