Nidia Trujillo thinks of herself as an organizational engineer, striving to optimize and find synergies between and among systems, structures, people, and culture. Her expertise is in business and program operations and management, built over 20 years working with the private and non-profit sectors. Fifteen of those years, she spent working with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) implementing partners, leading and managing multimillion-dollar programs and operations domestically and internationally. Nidia has managed programs in a variety of technical sectors, including rule of law, economic growth, health, and education. On a personal level, Nidia is exploring the need for meaningful human connection in the workplace and what it means for human capital in the digital era and researching motherhood in America and what needs to happen for women to have the option to have a family and a career.