Eva Bornstein, Program Officer
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Committed to community, Eva Bornstein has dedicated time and talent to the Juneau community through work and volunteerism for the last 27 years. She was honored as a Juneau School District Volunteer of the Year and served five years on the Juneau Commission on Sustainability, during which she helped start the Juneau Local Foods Festival.
Eva holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, an MS from Yale University, and a BA from Bryn Mawr College. Her career has spanned from corporate strategic planning for a Fortune 500 multinational, to project management in the banking industry to teaching Business Finance at the University of Alaska Southeast School of Management.
Eva sees her work at JEDC as a way of using her talents to help our city and region stay strong and sustainable. She is project lead for development and implementation of the Southeast Cluster Initiative, with responsibility for the Research and Development and the Visitor Products Cluster. She is also the lead researcher at JEDC, directing the annual Economic Indicators publication and providing research support for many JEDC programs.