Jennifer Siegel is a native Washingtonian who holds a degree in English Literature and Philosophy from Trinity Washington University. After moving every few years growing up in her military family, Jennifer finally settled in Manhattan as a Vice President and Project Manager for JPMorgan Chase until her native New Yorker husband relocated them overseas - first to Prague, Czech Republic and then to Shanghai, China, where Jennifer was able to leverage her project management skills as a GSO at the U.S. Consulate in charge of property and travel. Jennifer enjoys reading, music and virtually anything on Bravo, along with spending time with her two energetic young boys.
Danielle Burke is originally from New York but has lived and traveled extensively in the US and overseas. She attended Boston College for both undergraduate and graduate school, earning a BA and M.Ed in English and Education. Danielle worked as an Educational Consultant with LeapFrog Enterprises in California and Argentina before leaving the private sector. She then worked as a Community Liaison Officer in the U.S. Embassies of Bogota, Colombia, and Brussels, Belgium, working closely with the housing office to assist new arrivals to the mission with selecting and settling into their properties. Additionally, she was a teacher, tutor, and running coach in London before returning to the D.C. area this summer.
Before starting with GTP, Yves was stationed with his wife for 3 years in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, where he worked as Business Marketing Manager for Digicel Business PNG and later with the U.S. Embassy. Before Papua New Guinea, he worked for the Haitian Cultural Ministry, was a Project Manager for Catholic Relief Services and for the marketing department at Digicel Haiti. Yves also collaborated on several linguistic projects with Microsoft, Lionbridge and Appen Butler Hill. Yves was born and raised in Haiti where he studied Linguistics from the Haitian State University and has been certified in Marketing for Business Leaders and Financial Management from Cornell University.