Carla & LIV Kids Contributors
Maribel Fuentes is an accomploshed graphic designer providing Carla & Liv KIDS her original designs to represent complex concepts visually and clearly for a wide variety of stakeholders and audiences. In particular her focuses on reader engagement through her utilizatization of vibrant colors and clean lines specifically crafted for younger audiences. In addition to her createive work Maribel is a bilingual communicator award-winning choreographer and dancer, and mother of two highly-accomplished high school honor students.
Marketing and Strategy Specialist
Stephanie Holzinger is a 2021 Master of Business Candidate at Kogod Business School of American University. Her graduate studies centers on Management Strategy and Sustainability initiatives. To these efforts she has completed global consulting projects for Food Rescue organizations and is the Vice President of Programs of American University Net Impact Chapter. Stephanie brings to Carla & Liv KIDS five years of nonprofit management and operations in the greater Washington DC region. As an AmeriCorps Alumna she has dedicated her professional experience towards nonprofit development and growth as well as programmatic direction of racial equity and social justice work. In her most recent role she served as a site director with Alexandria City Public Schools and Higher Achievement a 501©3 nonprofit providing out of school time academic enrichment at title one schools. Stephanie’s passions include Social Emotional Learning, Teacher and Mentor training, Trauma-Informed Classroom practices and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Anne Waverly Spencer
Marketing Specialist Intern
Anne Waverly is a student-athlete at American University in Washington, DC. She is studying Public Relations & Strategic Communications and Marketing. Her studies at AU have provided her experience in consumer research, public relations, branding and advertising. She is a junior who has a passion for structuring creative art and fostering youth development. During her time as a HeadFirst Summer Camp Counselor, she worked with children ages 3-15, engaging in learning activities and games. Anne Waverly is also a member of the American Marketing Association where she is in charge of driving the social media strategy.