Trisha Hautéa is an experienced educator, learning/visual/communications/media consultant, and public speaker. She worked on a variety of issues from environmental sustainability, accessibility to arts, genetics education, and social justice; affiliated institutions include Harvard Medical School & MIT. While participating in MIT's Media Lab's innovation space, Trisha's interest in social entrepreneurship began. She previously worked in the non-profit sector, now stepping foot in the B-Corp and sustainable finance spaces (ESG/impact investing) with a focus on the UN Sustainability Goals / 2030 Agenda.
In her spare time, she is a formal mixed media artist, working on personal ventures, and aims to close the diversity representation gap in children's books with her colleague (LittleNingBooks.com). Trisha's illustrated book, "Pepper Zhang: Artist Extraordinaire!" was featured on multiple media outlets, including NPR, HuffPost, NextShark, NowThis, Upworthy, Konbini, Bustle, & more.
Trisha holds both a BFA and MAT from Tufts University & MBA from the Quantic School of Business and Technology. Trisha currently serves as an advisor & consultant for small businesses, boutique law firms, financial advisory firms, and non-profits. She is an NYC native, working between NYC & LA. (firstname.lastname@example.org)