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Maeve Flynn

  • Administrative Coordinator, Center for Social Impact Strategy

3815 Walnut Street, Room 400
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3604
  • office: 215.573.9789
  • fax: 215.573.2099

In her current role as Administrative Coordinator at the Center for Social impact Strategy, Maeve works closely with the CSIS faculty director, managing director, and other coordinators. She can often be found processing contracts and expenses, booking travel, scheduling events, ordering office and program supplies, securing event logistics, and assisting with the set-up, running, and closing down of the program’s US and international events. In addition to being a new member of the SP2 family, Maeve is a current student at The Graduate School of Education in the Education, Culture, and Society Program.

When she’s not working on her Master’s paper, Maeve loves to travel (day trips and beyond!), especially when it allows her to practice her French. If she’s among the mountains, skiing is a must. On rainy days she also enjoys the pleasure of a good book, a hot cup of tea, and the company of her cat.

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