Helen Petrozzola is an organizational development and training consultant with over 20 years of international development experience, including over 15 years of experience managing and facilitating individual and institutional learning and capacity building. Since joining TRG in 2012, she has provided organizational development, facilitation and training services for USAID-funded projects, the US Forest Service and the Environmental Protection Agency. She serves as the Project Manager for the Facilitator Training Program. Prior to joining TRG, Helen served in a senior leadership role in the Office of Global Health and HIV at the US Peace Corps, responsible for health programming in 44 countries with a primary focus on maternal and child health. She has extensive field-based experience managing programs for the United Nations Development Program, UNAIDS and the US Peace Corps in southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, southern Africa and the Caribbean. In her spare time, Helen is a crisis counselor at HIPS and a pro-bono consultant for local non-profits seeking to establish or strengthen volunteer programs to better serve the community.
Daryn Cambridge is a professional development designer, consultant and training specialist with over 10 years of experience developing curriculum, designing courses, and executing successful professional development/training strategies. Since joining TRG in 2018, he has managed the Professional Development portfolio for USAID’s Education, Performance Improvement, and Communications (EPIC) Project, designing and implementing the professional development framework and learning systems. Prior to joining TRG, Mr. Cambridge served as a Senior Program Officer at the United States Institute of Peace where he developed curriculum, designed online courses, and managed a team of distance learning professionals, programmers, and graphic designers, all while teaching courses online and on-site. He has facilitated many workshops and trainings on a range of subjects including peace building, conflict resolution, cross-cultural learning, and professional development/leadership for clients such as the World Bank, United States Institute of Peace, and Institute for Technology and Social Change. He has also designed and instructed undergraduate courses, such as “Education for International Development” as an adjunct professor at American University. Mr. Cambridge holds a Master’s degree in International Training and Education at American University and is also certified in International Peace and Conflict Resolution.