Meet our Summer Staff

Blog Home | by Stephanie Goetz | from the office

We’ve added 18 new staff members this summer — including an army of interns and some extra support for our work in product, IT and corporate partnerships. Meet the newest members of the charity: water team!

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Allegra Cafarchio

Role: Growth Intern
School: ​University of Pittsburgh​
From: All over the great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania​

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
Three or four years ago I was sitting in my apartment drinking my ever-present gigantic glass of water. I knew about the water crisis but on a very topical level so I decided to do some digging and get statistics. My research took my to charity: water and I instantly fell in love. Ever since I’ve been following c: w’s progress and job postings to see how I could help. Finally something clicked!

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Research, research, research. Looking up stats on Malawi, finding out information about well members or compiling lists of donors to be contacted. Doesn’t sound glamorous but it’s really fun!

Favorite music genre to work/travel/relax to?
​Electronic instrumental. So relaxing and your head doesn’t get distracted by lyrics. Think Funki Porcini, some Thievery Corporation, Ratatat.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose?
​Teleportation! I want to go to work in NYC, grab a beer in Germany for happy hour, stop in China for dim sum and come back home to sleep in my own bed. Also, no rush hour commuter traffic!​

What inspires you?
​People who are changing the world.​

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
​​Do a personal chef and a fully stocked kitchen count as two items? I feel like there would be some excellent seafood to be had. If I was ever stranded I would absolutely die there. I’m not at all resourceful and the few times I’ve tried to build things it’s ended disastrously.

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Anna Watt

Role: Growth Intern
School: Vanderbilt University
From: Florence, South Carolina

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I found charity: water in a fateful Google search for great non-profit social media while interning with Spark MicroGrants in Rwanda. After falling in love with fieldwork and with the organization’s model, I wanted to learn what makes it tick from the support side in NYC. “The craziest thing we can do is nothing” message resonated with me; I don’t want to sit on the sidelines in the water crisis, so I came to charity: water to be part of the fight.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
From the 100% model, charity: water has a unique and incredible group of donors who support our operations cost, called the Well. I work under Maria to make sure their experience with us really reflects how grateful we are for their generosity. This means keeping our Well records up-to-date, staying on top of communications with Well members, and brainstorming ways to celebrate them. However, one of the best things about charity: water (at least in my first month here) is that there doesn’t seem to be a typical day! Last week we spent a few days on Hackathon, yesterday I helped host the Ride for Water team in the office, and a few weeks ago I represented charity: water at an art show fundraiser. It’s a great balance of working on a few regular projects and adapting to the particular requirements of the day.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Tea (English Breakfast, a splash of milk, and two sugars). Pineapple rings. Blue. Dog (Specifically my Yorkie and two labs). Yes.

Ok, getting personal… what’s the most memorable dream you’ve had?
I’ve had recurring dreams that I am Harry Potter. Not just in the series, but I’m actually Harry. It’s always a bummer waking up and not being able to do magic.

What are you passionate about?
I latch onto ideas very quickly, whether that means being passionate about clean water or passionate about finding the best grilled cheese in Soho. I don’t see the point of not being excited about life.

You’re leaving your house or apartment – what do you always have with you?
Always my iPhone, often my Nikon.

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Benjamin Gotchel

Role: Supporter Experience Intern
School: The King’s College
From: Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
It’s a well-known organization at my college. I started volunteering here and fell in love. An internship just seemed like the obvious next step! I’m so glad I decided to apply – and no, they’re not paying me to say that!

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
EVERY thing! Is that a valid answer? Okay, fine. Probably getting to peek behind the curtain and see all the gears meshing behind the scenes. It’s pretty cool to see how an organization like this actually accomplishes its goals on a day-to-day, nitty gritty basis.

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
The Man in the High Castle, House of Leaves, and Mother Night are some all time favorites. I just started reading through H.P. Lovecraft’s short fiction, and it’s brilliant! I wouldn’t trade anything for the sweet smell of old book pages. Printed all the way!

What inspires you?
A rainy day, a great idea, an empty notebook, and a fresh pen.

Ok, getting personal… what’s the most memorable dream you’ve had?
For all I know, I could be dreaming right now. Trust no one! Question everything! Defy the Matrix! Viva la revolución! (My real answer is that I don’t really remember dreams too well…)

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
A survival guide (I’m not too proud to admit I need one!) and lots and lots of notebook paper! I’d probably spend a few decades living in quietude and peace, then start lighting signal fires until I get rescued. Then I publish the journal I wrote while I was there and make millions! Then I take those millions and buy the island I was stranded on and move back, but then all my friends could visit (but only when I want them to!) Have I thought about this too much?

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Camaley Jennings

Role: Corporate Partnerships Assistant
From: Phoenix, Arizona

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I spotted it online – became obsessed with the sleek brand and knew this was the place I had to be!

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Every day is different! Today: came in and sat right down into an unscheduled meeting. Note taking, training briefing, email answering (pause for snacks) customer service assistance, more email responses (break for quick lunch) and meetings for the rest of the day!

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your role?
I love brainstorming Thank You’s for our corporate donors. The love they give charity: water is awesome, so it is wonderful that we can share some love right back at them!

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
On my iPad library right now: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson and Hard Choices by Hillary Clinton.

What are you passionate about?
Making my mark on the world.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I’ve traveled 18 countries (and I’ve still got lots more on my list!)

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Danaé Hirsch

Role: Growth Intern
School: Graduated from Bowdoin College
From: Paris, France

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I became obsessed with beautiful website designs last summer, and immediately found charity: water’s page. I’ve had a non-profit crush on charity: water ever since. After stalking their job opportunities page all year, I saw I could apply for an internship in the Growth Department.

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your internship?
I loved rethinking the update reports during the Hackathon. We tried filming videos rather than sending e-mail updates. It was a really creative project undertaken by people who claimed they were not creative at all… but it turned out so great!

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
It’s a close tie between snapchatting videos of Raelbot to everyone I know and hanging out with Mani at the intern table.

Favorite music genre to work/travel/relax to?
Smooth R&B like Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Miguel… But I have a special spot in my heart for The Bowdoin College Longfellows.

What’s your spirit animal?
My spirit animal is a lion cub. Apparently I’m not majestic or graceful enough to be an adult lion, but I’ll take what I can get.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I gave up TV shows to learn how to play the ukulele for a few months in college… I can serenade you with some Hallelujah whenever you want.

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Drew Silverman

Role: Supporter Reporting Intern
School: St. Andrews
From: New Jersey

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I heard about charity: water in high school and then applied in the spring of 2013! After my amazing internship last summer and helping with charity: ball, I knew I wanted to be back here this summer.

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your internship?
Currently, my favorite project is working on The Journey, a new charity: water experience. It’s an innovative reporting process that takes fundraisers and donors on a virtual journey to see how water projects are created in Ethiopia. I’m working through logistics, feedback, and a few surprises!

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
My all time favorites include Prodigal Summer and The Power of One. I’m currently reading Malcom Galdwell’s Blink, and Mike just lent me Blake Mycoskie’s Start Something That Matters!

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose?
The ability to teleport!! I would be able to jump from St. Andrews to a tropical place when the Scottish weather lived up to its reputation. I would also be able to travel the world with ease or just be home for a great meal with my family. So ideal.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Iced coffee, plantain chips, lime green, baby sloth, yes!

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
If I was stranded on a deserted island I would want my best friend, Sara and a beach house designed by Anthropologie

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Duncan Renchard

Role: Program Finance Intern
School: Tulane University
From: New Canaan, Connecticut

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
In the finance department? Excel. A whole lot of Excel.

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your internship?
So, one of the jobs of the program finance team is to manage the “deploy” process of the money that charity: water raises for our partners in the field so that they can go about drilling boreholes or whatever the specific project is. Recently, we’ve been thinking of new ways to make the raise/deploy model more efficient—i.e. getting money to the field faster, thereby mitigating foreign exchange exposure—by setting up financial models and running through different scenarios. That’s been a really interesting process. To be a part of such important conversations and decisions, as an intern, is incredibly rewarding.

Favorite music genre to work/travel/relax to? Best live music venue in NYC?
Well, my favorite band is Kings of Leon — I listen to them no matter what I’m doing. And I haven’t seen too many shows in New York, but, if you’re ever down in New Orleans, you gotta go to the Spotted Cat!

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
There’s this incredibly beautiful, great saga of a book, called Shantaram, by a guy named Gregory David Roberts, who wrote it while he was serving a ten year prison sentence for…well, you just got to read the book. David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest is another long one—and, at times, a bit overwhelming—but probably the most entertaining book I’ve ever read. My favorite story, though, is Heart of Darkness—every line is perfect. And I definitely prefer printed books—I like when they get all worn.

What are you passionate about?
Music. I’ve been singing and playing guitar for about ten years now. Back in New Orleans, there’re few things I love more than heading down to Frenchman Street to see a live show.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I got E.Coli while studying abroad in Northern Uganda.

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Hannah Denitz

Role: Corporate Partnerships Intern
School: Undergraduate: University of Vermont, Graduate School: The New School
From: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Busy, busy, busy. Paull and Makena are great at assigning responsibilities and keeping the work really interesting. On any given day I will be researching our amazing campaigners, taking notes and listening in on important conference calls between Paull and our current and potential corporate partners as well as scheduling meetings. I feel so lucky!

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
The incredible energy, passion and commitment brought to the work we do. Coming into work with such a great sense of purpose is the most amazing feeling.

Favorite music genre to work/travel/relax to? Best live music venue in NYC?
My favorite genres are Indie Pop, Folk Rock and Hip Hop. Some of my favorites are Mumford and Sons, the Shins, Of Monsters and Men, Amos Lee, Jack Johnson and Jay Z. I love to see and hear live music anywhere outside, Summer Stage in Central Park is one of the best.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Coffee. Cocoa Dusted Chocolate Almonds. Orange post-it notes. Lions. Yes, I can curl my tongue

Ok, getting personal… what’s the most memorable dream you’ve had?
I have the same recurring dream. It’s about my family all together in my most favorite place in the world: Martha’s Vineyard. It’s warm and sunny and we’re riding our bikes to Menemsha just in time for sunset.

What are you passionate about?
I firmly believe that if you have the power to make someone happy, do it. The world needs more of that.

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Hope Hou

Role: Growth & Special Programs Intern
School: Bentley University & McCallum Graduate School of Business
From: Mainland China

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I met Joy at a wedding, who works at the Special Programs team at charity: water. I instantly got interested after having a short conversation with her and fell love with charity: water with further research. The reason for my application is simple. I love the story, brand & culture of charity: water and I admire the difference it has made in millions of lives. I want to be part of the effort for clean water, better life and more hopes and would like to contribute my time & talent to work with a professional and awesome team. There is no other place than charity: water to achieve that goal.

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your internship?
I do enjoy carrying out (both quantitative and qualitative) analysis on how to better engage our donor to make bigger difference for people in need of help.

Coming from China, what’s your impression of New York City so far?
I came from China originally, spent the last two years in Boston, and moved to NYC in 2014. I am still trying to adapt to the life in the big apple. But I do love the city for its changing face and diversity. The only one of its kind.

What inspires you?
Innovative ideas, great empathy for the whole human race and perseverance in hardship.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I need at least 3 alarm clocks to get up from bed every morning.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
A sea-water filter and a jerry can will be the two items I would take with me. Water changes everything, doesn’t it?

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Jackeline Garcia

Role: Accounting & Finance Intern
School: Rutgers Business School – Newark
From: Belleville, New Jersey

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I heard about charity: water from a friend of a friend. I looked up the organization and the internship being offered and automatically fell in love with their values. I knew I had to apply then and be a part of it all.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
A typical day in the office for me would be helping out wherever I’m needed. Whether it’s helping Jan or Andi out, I’m always enjoying the process of learning new things.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose?
If I could choose a superpower, I would choose mind control. Why not? Professor X from X-men seems to enjoy his abilities.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Coffee (Amazing), Blue post-it, Dogs (love them), and I’m not sure if i can curl my tongue.

What inspires you?
It’s this wonderful quote: “The only person you are destined to become is the one you decide to be” It shows how if you want to be successful in life, you have to get out there and work on it.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
A book explaining all I need to know to be able to survive in a deserted island and good music!

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Jodie Chan

Role: Water Programs Intern
School: Fordham University
From: Hong Kong

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I am the biggest fans of TOMS and I know that charity: water has a lot of interaction with TOMS, so I started following charity:water. I have been on a shoe-giving trip with TOMS to Peru last November. It was a life-changing experience and I was inspired to impact the world. During the trip, I saw people struggled without clean water. It made me realize how powerful clean water really is. Therefore, I decided to apply for charity: water to be apart of the team to solve the water crisis.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Right now, I am working on a project focusing on the grants. Everyday, I come into the office working on the database with all the numbers. Switching back and forth with excel spreadsheets and grant reports. It is overwhelming sometimes, but I get to see how charity: water transformed all the donations into useful water tools that can make people’s lives easier.

Coming from Hong Kong, what’s your impression of New York City so far?
Skyscrapers everywhere and I am happy that I can still see my fingers at night even though I turn off my lights. Also, I think I walk faster than New Yorkers.

Favorite music genre to work/travel/relax to? Best live music venue in NYC?
I like listening to pop music to work and I like country music to relax (I live in the South for 2.5 years and fell in love with country music). Best live music venue in NYC? No doubt Lincoln Center.

Ok, getting personal… what’s the most memorable dream you’ve had?
One time, I was casually having lunch with Taylor Swift and the best was she sang for me hahaha.

What are you passionate about?
I want to be a social entrepreneur myself one day. I understand that it is not possible to help every person in the world but I have the ability to impact as many people as I can. I hope I can impact more people to give back to the world and follow their passion.

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Julie Sullivan

Role: Supporter Experience Intern
School: University of Richmond

From: New Jersey

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I learned about charity: water from my friend and fellow intern, Drew! When I started to look into the organization, I was immediately captivated by charity: water’s incredible ability to tell stories. They show us that the water crisis isn’t about statistics. It’s about real people and families who don’t have access to the most basic human need. I was inspired by what I saw and wanted to be involved with charity: water’s mission.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Every day, I have the privilege of interacting with our fantastic supporters. Whether it’s a campaigner brainstorming ideas, a volunteer looking for upcoming opportunities, or a person wanting to learn more about charity: water, I get to help out. I’ve had the opportunity to talk with some truly amazing supporters who continue to surprise me with their passion and creativity.

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
My favorite part about charity: water is the office atmosphere. It’s such an energizing place to work. Everyone is driven and passionate and full of new ideas. I don’t want to go home at the end of the day.

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
I definitely prefer printed books and my all time favorite is “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
I’d bring a book and some sunscreen. I’m not going anywhere.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
Once, I entered a contest to be a backup dancer for Beyoncé at the Super Bowl. They must’ve forgotten to get back to me.

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Justin Nowell

Role: Product Manager
From: Boston, Massachusetts

Tell us a little more about your background:
I’m currently a grad student at NYU. Prior to that, I worked for a couple of websites in Boston doing mostly software development. Prior to that, I was a student at Boston College. Prior to that, I was a small child.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
So far, I’m mostly focusing on user acquisition stuff, so I’ve mostly had my nose buried in Adwords and been digging through Google, exploring all the different search terms people used to find us. Some of them are kind of weird.

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
As someone with a technical background, I really like being able to apply my skills in a way that has some positive societal value. I can’t see myself in the Peace Corps, and I’m not qualified to join Doctors Without Borders, so for a nerd like me this is probably the best way for me to feel like I’m making some small kind of difference.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose? Why that power?
I don’t know if this is a superpower, but time travel would be pretty cool. It would be neat to go back in time and hang out with Abraham Lincoln or see The Beatles at a small club in Liverpool.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Tea. Popcorn. I’ve never formed any strong opinions on Post-It note colors. Cats. No.

What inspires you?
I think anyone who pushes themselves out of their comfort zone and moves away from the path of least resistance is really inspiring. I also really admire anyone who finds one thing they’re deeply interested in, and works really hard to become the best they can at that one thing.

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Mani Malik

Role: Help Desk Technician
From: California

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Mostly plan my day based on the tickets I have open in JIRA and any new, incoming issues. I never like sitting still so that really helps in me making sure that all charity: water computers are running effectively.

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
The relaxed, yet professional atmosphere. I’m constantly impressed by how hard everyone works and the results they deliver.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose?
Ability to run super fast, mainly so I don’t have to drive or take public transportation anywhere.

What inspires you?
I’m inspired by risk. Starting something I have no idea how to finish, witnessing people go for something new – anything that has the potential for failure (but not total disaster) gets my heart and creativity pumping. Also, teaching and getting a positive reaction when you solve someone’s problem is always something that has inspired me.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I played professional baseball for the Oakland A’s and have been hit by a pitch 30 times. I’ve also had 6 surgeries.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
Probably wouldn’t wanna escape, I like being outdoors without the daily noise and distraction, I would probably have a machete, and a very comfortable pillow.

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Rishabh Aggarwal

Role: Water Programs Intern
School: Davidson College
From: Nanyuki, Kenya

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I came across charity: water in 2010 while reading about the post-earthquake water crisis in Haiti. Growing up in Kenya, I had seen the severe effects of long dry seasons on rural communities and had come to understand importance of clean water. After working at Doctors Without Borders last summer along with a few other non-profits over the years, I wanted to experience a smaller and more innovative non-profit. charity: water fit the bill and drew me in right away.

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
I start out with a cup of coffee and an article about WASH sustainability and pretty much finish out the day the same way.

Coming from New Jersey, what’s your impression of New York City so far?
Its amazing. Please don’t make me go back.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose? Why that power?
To not need sleep. Think of all the Netflix you could watch.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Both, but if I had to choose, coffee. Chocolate covered almonds. Classic yellow. Monkeys. Not at the moment, but I’ll keep trying.

What are you passionate about?
In short, global health, science, digital art, and sculpture.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what two items would you have with you and how would you escape? (Or would you want to escape at all?)
Perhaps a satellite phone to call for help and a charity: water project to keep my hydrated while I wait.

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Sally Rowland

Role: Program Finance Intern
School: Wake Forest University
From: Westport, Connecticut

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
Looking at excel documents.

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
The people and the culture.

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
Definitely printed. Unbroken, Gone Girl, A Thousand Splendid Suns…

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose?
To fly or time travel

Tea or coffee? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Coffee, elephants, I sorta can…

What inspires you?
My parents.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I was born in Switzerland but I am not Swiss.

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Steve Wilf

Role: Growth Intern
School: University of Michigan
From: Livingston, New Jersey

How did you first hear about charity: water, and why did you decide to apply?
I first heard about charity: water from my mom. After hearing about it, I did research on the organization and become interested with what charity: water is trying to accomplish. I felt like I could learn a lot by working here for the summer.

What’s your favorite regular responsibility or one-time project so far in your internship?
Making slides for the office that will be up on the TV screen showing a Well Member of the week.

What are some of your favorite books (of all time and recent discoveries)? Do you prefer printed or digital books?
One of my favorite books is Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. I enjoy reading about historical topics.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose? Why that power?
My superpower would be to fly because the view would be incredible.

Tea or coffee? Favorite Snack Shak snack? Favorite post-it note color? Favorite animal? Can you curl your tongue?
Coffee over tea 7 days a week. Snickers. Yellow is my favorite post-it note color. Favorite animal is dolphin. I can curl my tongue.

Ok, getting personal… what’s the most memorable dream you’ve had?
I dreamed that it was the apocalypse and I had to save the world. I woke up before I could see if I saved the world or not.

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Tiffany Westrom

Role: Faith Partnerships Intern
School: Alumnus of Iowa State
From: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

What does a typical day in the office look like for you?
After the coffee and bear claw comes emailing, calling, Skyping and smoke signaling our Faith Partners. I get them whatever they need to be successful, whether that means filming thank you videos, shipping Jerry Cans or coming up with bulletin blurbs.

What’s your favorite thing about working at charity: water?
The excellence. Nobody puts out anything less than their best. I think that’s all I’ve ever wanted in a workplace. It’s such a breath of fresh air to be proud of your work and the work of everyone around you.

Coming from Iowa, what’s your impression of New York City so far?
I’ve been accidentally walking past the Empire State Building every day because I thought it would be taller. But I love it here! There’s really nothing like it and I feel like I could explore it for years and not get bored. I’ve noticed a few differences though. The majority really have no idea where Iowa is and have never heard of Hy-Vee or scotcheroos. You’re either an uptown person or a downtown person. Brunch is delicious and pizza must be folded, and windows apparently aren’t obligated to let in sunlight or lead to things other than brick walls.

If you could choose a superpower, which would you choose? Why that power?
Teleportation. We spend way too much time getting places. It’s like, where are the hovercrafts already?

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I was born with a nose that was smushed to one side. Oh, and on my first real day of work at charity: water I tripped into the revolving door in front of Scott Harrison.

You’re leaving your house or apartment — what do you always have to have with you?
Ambition and my Tiffany & Co. earrings.

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