Eliza Pugh is the Program Coordinator for the Program Coordination Unit at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE). She is part of the two-person team that coordinates internal reporting deadlines for staff and subsequently edits each proposal and progress report for the over 100 active projects at the organization at any given time, providing substantive feedback to make each document stronger before submission. Her role requires her to be knowledgeable about every active CIPE program and the reporting process for each of the organization’s funders, which include the National Endowment for Democracy, the State Department, and USAID. Prior to joining CIPE, she was a research fellow at the National Journal. She has a B.A. in Government from Harvard University with a focus on Latin America and spends her free time writing blog posts on sports and international development, reading fiction, and playing competitive ultimate Frisbee.