Celeste Diaz Ferraro
Broad operational and strategy experience across the private and public sectors informs my scholarship, enriches my classroom and equips me with the skills to leverage knowledge for public impact.
Founder & Principal of management consulting firm supporting early-stage social entrepreneurs with tools and processes for scaling and impact.
Global Brand Team Leader. IFC is the World Bank Group's private sector development arm, a leading investor in emerging markets, and global standard-bearer on corporate sustainability.
Regional Support Programs Manager based in Italy, covering operations in 7 countries throughout Europe, Africa, & Southwest Asia.
Group Account Director; strategic direction for clients including Denny's, Dell, General Motors & Belo Corp. Prior account management: Texaco, Anheuser-Busch, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Director of Communications, Office of the Governor, Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration. Strategy lead for national voter registration campaign. Liaison with media, policy, community & corporate stakeholders.
Senior analyst with small, woman-owned enterprise specializing in policy, management & operational needs of U.S. government clients.
Front-line and back-of-the-house operational roles including food & beverage, catering, sales, front office & convention services.
National Brand Manager with U.S.' largest chain of corporate-owned/operated hotels before, during & after acquisition, sale, merger.
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This website is for the personal and professional use of Celeste Diaz Ferraro. I don't collect any personal information about YOU on this site, however, I do use Google Analytics to track the location and time that visitors arrive at my site, because I'm just darned curious who is interested in my work and who might be checking up on me. To the best of my knowledge, no other information beyond that is tracked, but I am not a Google genius so if they are collecting other information, I really wouldn't know. Google says they try not to be evil, but heck, they're a huge commercial entity making billions of dollars a year, so they are probably doing something I wouldn't approve of anyway. But how are we going to live without them at this point? I don't archive or store any information that might be collected via Google. Blame them if you are creeped out by surveillance. If you would like MY personal information, please feel free to contact me via any of the mechanisms in the contact section, and I would be happy to share it with you. You can also download a copy of my CV and get it there as well. Have a great day!