Experiment Early and Often
I am not a fan of inaction and think it’s important to set fear aside to test a hypothesis, knowing that if it doesn’t work I can try something new tomorrow.
Sean started at the Case Foundation in October 2012 after moving to D.C. from California where she graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Economics. Moving to D.C. was Sean’s first time ever on the East coast. She moved here to pursue her interest in domestic and international Economic development, and her love of moving to and seeing new places and people.
As the Program Officer Sean loves having the opportunity to contribute to the Foundation’s social innovation efforts. Her favorite thing about her position on the grantmaking team is the chance to work with and build relationships with the grantees by participating in their events and meeting their volunteers and the people they serve.
When not at work, Sean is usually out exploring D.C. She runs and does yoga, a hippy tendency she picked up at Cal. She also tries to flex her creativity muscles through drawing and crocheting, and is always working on improving her French skills.