Natalia Faculo

Natalia Faculo currently serves as a Supervisor to the Commerce & Economic Development Division of the Guam Economic Development Authority (GEDA). Natalia and her team are responsible for conducting micro and macro economic research and financial analysis concerning economic development initiatives for the territory of Guam. Natalia's responsibilities include, integrating CIP's for government financed projects, analyzing economic and social growth patterns for fiscal policy development, applying current socio-economic models to evaluate developmental trends, and formulating demographic and economic projections for development planning. Prior to assuming this position, Natalia served as an Industry Development Specialist in GEDA's Business Development & Marketing Division. Natalia also served as a staff assistant to both the Legal Counsel to the Governor of Guam and the Office of the Chief Fiscal Advisor. Natalia earned a Bachelors Degree of science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Public Administration from the University of Guam in 2010. Natalia is affiliated with the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay, Soroptimist International of the Marianas and the Guam Young Professionals.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2015

Alfreda Camacho
Angeline Heine
Brandon Tara
Darnelle Decherong
Donna Lanej
Frankie Eliptico
Junior Aini
Kemsky Sigrah
Leifiloa Tanoi
Llewelyn Terlaje
Magdalene Petaia
Mingrang Kloulechad
Pressler Martin
Priscilla Laborete
Roxanne Blesam
Salamasina Jessica Satele
Selina Onedera-Salas
Sermina Namelo
Shanty Sigrah-Asher
Terry Hazzard
Umerang Imetengel

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