Felipe Lobo Koerich - Executive Managing Director
Felipe Lobo Koerich is a third-year student at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., majoring in International Politics with a focus in International Law and minoring in French and Latin American studies. Born in Campinas, Brazil, he has also lived in Amsterdam, Houston, and New Orleans. Felipe volunteered with Learning Enterprises in Brazil in PY18 and then served as Program Director of the Brazil and China programs in PY19.
In his spare time, Felipe enjoys reading the news, singing, and writing short stories. He is excited to begin his third year with Learning Enterprises as its PY20 Managing Director and leading the organisation to a successful year!
Emma Morris - Director of Talent & Recruitment
Emma Morris is in her third year at Georgetown University, studying International Affairs, Development, and Global Health. She plans to spend her spring semester studying abroad in France.
Emma loved volunteering in Thailand in 2018 and took on the role of Campus Director for Georgetown the following school year. She is passionate about working with youth, education, and development initiatives, and hopes to continue to travel as she explores these fields. Of many things, Emma enjoys reading, running, hiking, art, yoga, and the ocean.
Ann Sun - Director of Programming
Ann Sun is a senior majoring in Political Science at UC Berkeley. She began her involvement with LE as a volunteer in Mauritius for PY18, then returned as Program Director in PY19. She is incredibly excited to begin her third year of service with LE as the Director of Programming.
Deemed by the locals to have become one of them, Ann considers herself an honorary Mauritian. She loves her huge family in Mauritius, and the meaningful connections she has made inspires her to help others experience the same impactful growth and gratitude she has gained from LE.
Michelle Peters - Director of Communications
Michelle Peters is excited to begin her third year of service with LE. Her journey with LE began in 2015 when she volunteered in Poland. She grew very fond of the country and especially of her host family during her time there. She has kept in touch with them since then and even went back to visit them in 2017.
That same year, Michelle became LE’s Director of Communications, helping the organization leverage its communication efforts to foster meaningful connections with applicants, volunteers, and alumni. Back again as the Director of Communications, Michelle hopes to work off the debt she feels she owes LE for facilitating some of the best experiences of her life.
Michelle graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature in 2016 from the University of Texas at El Paso. She currently works for the City of El Paso and is completing her master’s degree in Communication, also at the University of Texas at El Paso.