Grace Maliska is a soon-to-be graduate of Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture & Technology Master’s program (CCT) where she studies Gap Inc.'s corporate social responsibility efforts for women's empowerment in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. She also serves as a Technology Graduate Associate at Georgetown’s Center for New Design Learning and Scholarship.
Her professional experience includes work as a digital producer for media technology companies doing applications and websites, communications and events for the Nationals Women's Political Caucus, as well as an online learning specialist at the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Grace received her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Political Economy from Smith College in 2014. During her undergraduate career, Grace was a tri-varsity athlete and president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). She also taught pilates and narrated athletic events.
In her free time, Grace enjoys reading, games, outdoor adventures, energy work, and idolizing Eleanor Roosevelt.