Meet Our Staff
Based out of Washington, D.C., our team members are selectively chosen based on a top notch academic record, proven analytical and interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated leadership record.
As such, we are proud to be part of Georgetown University's elite nonprofit consulting team.
Paco Tantoco is a Senior in the Georgetown College of Arts and Sciences, double majoring in English and Economics. This is his fourth semester in GGC, having previously served as a Consultant and a two-time Project Manager, leading projects based in Pakistan and Rwanda. Outside of GGC, Paco has worked in a wide range of sectors, most recently in the tech space as an operations intern at Uber. He is also deeply passionate about development, having served as co-chair for his local chapter of nonprofit Gawad Kalinga, where he created and implemented educational programs for out-of-school teenagers. In his free time, he enjoys reading, scuba diving, and mountaineering. He is originally from Manila, Philippines.
Meghan Mandi is a Sophomore in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She is a Science, Technology, and International Affairs (STIA) major as well as a Computer Science Minor. Meghan is interested in studying the intersection between technology and business growth and development, especially in the international development sector. This is her fourth semester in GGC and she has previously served as a consultant, senior consultant, and Director of Public Relations. Meghan has gained international experience as a 2018 GGC Fellow in Panama City working with an educational non-profit. Outside of GGC, she is part of pre-professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi and enjoys cooking and travel. Meghan originally hails from Voorhees, New Jersey.
Alesha Gulamhusein is a Junior in the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. She is a Finance and Operations double major as well as a Global Business Fellow. This is her fifth semester in GGC and she has perviously served as a Project Manager for projects in Malawi and Haiti, as well as the Director of Human Resources. Alesha is originally from Dubai and has on the ground experience working for non-profits in Dubai, India and Nepal. She has also previously worked as a Business Risk Service Analyst in the advisory firm, Grant Thornton, providing training and educational resources to companies in the healthcare, technology and government sectors. This year she will work in the Corporate Banking division at Citibank in New York.