Giselle Brazzola is a native of Argentina and has had the pleasure of calling Seattle her home for the past five years. Her friends and colleagues describe her as a cocktail that is 1/4 part creative, 1/4 part hard work, 1/4 part humanitarian, and 1/4 part passion for traveling.
She graduated from one of Argentina’s top universities with a Cum Laude degree in International Studies and a second BA in Social Communication and was a co-winner of the university’s Annual Business Plan Competition.
Upon graduation, she worked at CIPPEC, Argentina’s first Think Tank, which focuses on political transparency and social development. After that, she worked at the intersection of the public and private sectors in the Pharmaceutical industry, focusing on public relation issues between multinational companies and the government. Right before moving to the US, she coordinated communications and events across 16 countries for a multinational company in Latin America.
She recently earned an Executive Certificate in Transformational Nonprofit Leadership at the Mendoza College of Business and currently volunteers at the Friends of the Public Library.
In her spare time, she enjoys watching international films, reading books, cooking with the hopes to become the future Julia Child, and exploring coffee shops in Seattle.