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Phylizia Carrillo

(323) 578-8669



Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles

Center for Asian Americans United
for Self Empowerment (CAUSE),
Leadership Institute Fellow​: Jan

Aug 2013-May 2017

Majors​: Political Science & Global Politics

Minors: ​Philosophy & Film, Media, and Social Justice

Study Abroad: ​University of Havana (Spanish, Comparative Economics)

Study Abroad: ​Meknes Study Center (Arabic, MENA Area Studies)


Amihan Global Strategies
Director of Innovation​: Oct 2017-Present

Spearheading Amihan Insights (a publishing house and thought leadership
platform for Amihan Insights Quarterly, white papers, modules, and books) and
HIMO (a co-creating space and incubator democratizing technologies and tools
for provincial creative economies)
● Contributing to the R&D of a national cryptoID prototype and blockchain
policy while writing “B_Ready: A Playbook for Navigating Blockchain
Disruption” alongside Amihan Founder/Chairman, Winston Damarillo
● Consulting the top corporations and impact industries in the Philippines and
ASEAN re: emerging technologies and enterprise architecture

Creative Capital Philippines
Digital Province Fellow, Policy Analyst​: May-Aug 2017

Led R&D on ICTs and technology policy to promote best practices for
innovative education, entrepreneurship, and tourism in the Philippines

Pioneered policy research and hosted community roundtables with regional
artists, educators, students, entrepreneurs, government officials, and healthcare
professionals re: smart provincial infrastructure
● Developed strategies for the first co-creating space and fabrication lab in Bohol

Association Al Amal pour le Développement et Formation
Educator, Program Coordinator​: Jan-Apr 2017

Developed and taught English as a Foreign Language and computer literacy
courses to women in rural Meknes, Morocco

Managed program policies and domestic violence counseling services for
Amnesty International and Initiative Nationale pour le Développement Humain

City of Los Angeles, Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation
Student Data Analyst​: Dec 2016

Restructured oversight metrics of all 44 city departments and bureaus for the
Office of Budget and Innovation (Innovation and Performance Management
● Updated technical reports and data analyses on Los Angeles Open Data and the
Mayor's Dashboard — comprehensive platforms utilized by the Mayor, City
Council, and key policymakers to create evidence-based policies and programs

United States House of Representatives
Congressional Intern​: Aug-Nov 2016

Advanced administrative and community outreach efforts for Congressman Ted
W. Lieu and California’s 33rd congressional district through tech databases


World Economic Forum,​ ​Global
Shaper​: Aug 2017-Present
People’s CORE (Community
Organization for Reform and
Empowerment),​ ​Secretary-General,
Community Organizer​: Jan-Dec 2016
Public Leadership Education
Network, ​Women in Global Policy
Ambassador​: May 2015-2017

Global Shapers Los Angeles:
Defining the Next Decade, ​Project
Lead​: Jan 2018-Present
Kaya Collaborative Enterprise
Pipeline, ​Program Director​: Oct
TEDxMSMU,​ ​Lead Organizer,
Licensee​: Jan-May 2017
The Toni Morrison Initiative,
Undergraduate Research Scholar,
Literary Analyst​:​ ​May-Dec 2016

De La Salle University
(Philippines), ​Guest Lectures on
Citizenship and Governance​:​ ​Jun
Southern California & National
Conferences on Undergraduate
Research, ​The Toni Morrison
Initiative​: Dec 2016-Apr 2017
International Symposium on
Crossing Boundaries: Youth,
Migration, and Development
(Morocco), ​Fueling Migration with
Social Remittances, ​Mar 2017
The Report on the Status of
Women and Girls in California,
Policy Recommendation re: Female
Re-Entry for Mayor Eric Garcetti​,
Mar 2016

California State Senate
Public Policy Intern​: June-Aug 2016  

Progressed public policy, constituent outreach, and case resolution efforts for
State Senator Ben Allen and California’s 26th state senate district
● Recognized by State Senator Ben Allen for “hard work, initiative, attention to
detail, and commitment to serving the residents of CA Senate District 26”

Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

Innovation Intern​: Dec 2015-May 2016

Collaborated with the Director of Innovation in establishing regional tech and
innovation networks and increasing county entrepreneurship

City of Los Angeles, Mayor’s Office of Budget and Innovation
Student Policy Analyst​: Jan-May 2016

Led a policy recommendation and a student team focused on the re-entry of
women and reunification of families post-incarceration

Recognized by the City of Los Angeles for “leadership in data driven policy
development” and “connecting policymakers to the data and research tools they
need to create effective policy that elevates the women and girls of Los

Hispanas Organized for Political Equality
Research Intern​: May-Sept 2015

Used extensive quantitative research to promote a California initiative intent on
encouraging women, especially Latinas, to run for office in their respective
counties and cities

Foundation for Sustainable Development
Undergraduate Research Assistant​: Feb-Mar 2015
● Constructed a sustainable garden with and for Comunidad Educativa Tiquipaya
Wasi, a regional center for abandoned youth
● Conducted empirical research on Bolivian politics, ecology, and ethics with a
specific focus on natural resource economics and rural education in Isla del Sol

B_Ready: A Playbook for
Navigating Blockchain Disruption,
Summit Media Philippines​: TBD
Territorial Technologies: The
Convergence of ICTs and
Migration in Transit States,
Political Perspectives Graduate
Journal ​& ​Stanford Undergraduate
Research Journal​: TBD
‘We Were Not Free, Merely
Licensed’: Transforming
Literature into Legislation, ​Critical
Theory and Social Justice (CTSJ):
Journal of Undergraduate Research​:


MSMU Excellence in Global
Politics Department Award: ​Apr
California State Senate Certificate
of Recognition: ​Aug 2016
W.M. Keck Foundation
Undergraduate Research
Scholarship:​ May 2016
Los Angeles Certificate of
Recognition:​ ​Apr 2016

English, Tagalog, Spanish, Arabic,
SPSS, GIS, Adobe Creative Suite,
Microsoft Office, policy analysis,
data visualization, web design and
development, event curation and
management, copywriting


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