Carita Thomas is an Applied Research Assistant at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP). At CHIP, she explores the ways funders can increase financial, housing, and food security in the wake of the pandemic.
Carrita started her career as a financial institutions analyst at Wells Fargo, and was then introduced to the philanthropic sector through her roles at Geneva Global and Charity Navigator.
Carrita is an incoming Masters of Social Policy Student at the University of Pennsylvania, where she looks forward to learning more about inclusive economic recovery. She completed her undergraduate education at Dickinson College. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering for voter protection efforts, reading, and exploring Philadelphia.