Trevor Patzer is Founder and Executive Director of Little Sisters Fund, a non-profit organization that aims at educating girls in Nepal and protecting them from child labor, child marriage and child trafficking. He founded this organization in 1998 and since then, has handled the PR, growth, development, and all fund initiatives. He manages the endowment and has raised over $5M for female education since inception. His responsibilities include supervising 6 full-time and 30 part-time volunteer workers in Nepal and managing more than 400 scholarship accounts. He also manages foundation grants that amount to over than $300,000 annually. Considering the importance of education in making societies and lives of individuals better, Trevor Patzer aims to provide hope, opportunity, and a future to vulnerable girls in Nepal. He is dedicated and committed to making a difference in the lives of poor girls through the gift of education.
Before founding the Little Sisters Fund, Trevor Patzer worked for COMO Hotels and Resorts, and HPL Properties in Bhutan, Indonesia, Singapore, Maldives, and India. He also worked at Episcopal High School, Alexandria, VA, as an Assistant Director of Admissions. His job responsibilities involved recruiting, interviewing, evaluating, and selecting the entering class of students. He was a member of the financial aid committee, student advisor, Head rowing coach and taught a 2-week senior seminar on WWII. Before joining Episcopal High School, he did various jobs as a consultant in Boston, MA. He also taught Psychology to 25 NH High School students in the summer of 1996.
Trevor Patzer studied in St. Paul's School, Concord, NH from 1989 to 1992. St. Paul's School is a prestigious co-educational, boarding school, which is affiliated with Episcopal Church. The school is a member of the oldest independent school athletic association in the US. While studying in the school, he captained varsity cross-country running and skiing. He was also two-time undefeated national rowing champion. He completed his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Brown University and was a member of the varsity rowing team. Trevor led business re-engineering and design courses as a teaching assistant. In 1996, he joined University of Virginia and received his Masters Degree in Educational Administration from UVA. He received St. Paul's School Distinguished Alumni Award for Leadership and Outstanding services in 2005. He was also honored with the Dalai Lama’s Unsung Heroes of Compassion Award 2009.