Senior Development Coordinator, PBHA
A proud graduate of Wellesley College, Louise went on to earn an A.M. and a Ph.D. in Harvard’s Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. She worked for four years at a small nonprofit promoting conservation and indigenous rights in Latin America. From there she joined the staff of PBHA, where she is the Senior Development Coordinator, which is French for Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. When not at PBH, she can be found happily teaching French language and literature at the Harvard Extension School. Though often compared to Snow White for her love of small woodland creatures, she prefers to think of herself as Saint Francis with better clothes and Jane Goodall without the English accent.