Monica Ganley is the principal of Quarterra. She is passionate about the food and agriculture industries and has pursued a dynamic career with experiences ranging from agricultural production to consumer products and spanning many geographies
Monica graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University where she majored in Applied Economics and Management with a specialization in Agricultural and Applied Economics. She also holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. While at Booth Monica co-founded the Food, Environment, Agribusiness, and Development (FEAD) student group.
Monica currently resides in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a native English speaker with a strong professional proficiency level of Spanish.
In addition to food and agriculture, Monica is an avid horsewoman and plays competitive international polo, holding handicaps in both the United States and Argentina.