Kyle Burgess is the co-founder of two social enterprises and a director at a non-profit organization. For a decade, Kyle worked in international development and human rights for a range of private, public, volunteer, non-profit, and multi-national organizations. In recent years she has transitioned to working on domestic regulatory and policy affairs at Consumers' Research. As the editor in chief of CR's publication, she has written numerous articles, editorials, and research papers on various consumer health, energy, finance, and technology issues and has represented the consumer voice on a number of industry conference panels. Kyle began her career in development while finishing her Bachelor’s degree at American University. She joined the Peace Corps in 2005 and served in Mali for two years as a small business development volunteer. Upon her return she simultaneously managed a small business as well as a multi-million dollar grant portfolio for a non-profit. Kyle received her Master’s degree in International Relations & Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and is currently pursuing an MBA from Georgetown University. During her studies she worked at the United Nations in Geneva and the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. She also served as Treasurer for two years on the board of A Child for All (ACFA), a non-profit organization that supports vulnerable children in Mali.