Teresa Kopp is a Program Research Analyst through UC Berkeley’s Bixby Center for Population, Health and Sustainability. She provides grantmaking support for the Packard Foundation’s portfolio of reproductive health and rights grants in the U.S. with a total annual budget of over $10.5 million. She worked closely on developing the current theory of change for the U.S. portfolio and continues to partner with grantees to monitor progress and impact. Teresa first joined the Population and Reproductive health team in 2013 as a Program Associate, and has a background in community-based grantmaking, grantmaking operations, and non-profit fundraising. Teresa received her BA in Communications for California Lutheran University and her Master in Public Health from University of California, Berkeley.
Program Research Analyst · Population and Reproductive Health