Paige is a special assistant to the Pennsylvania Auditor General, advising on financial management, governance and transparency. Her areas of focus include public school districts, student debt, care for older adults and pensions.
Paige previously served as a director on the Scranton School Board, overseeing a $160M budget and helping navigate the district's financial and public trust deficits. In addition to her role with the Auditor General, Paige serves on the board of multiple local nonprofit organizations, and manages projects for Caravia Fresh Foods.
Before moving to Northeastern Pennsylvania, Paige lived in New York and worked as an investment advisor at Goldman Sachs, sourcing new assets and managing private client investment portfolios. Prior to Goldman, Paige was a senior advisor to the Under Secretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Treasury Department. Paige was a fundraiser and project director on numerous political campaigns, including running the out-of-state volunteer program in Pennsylvania for Barack Obama's 2008 campaign.
Paige has a background in government oversight and administration, investment management, economic policy, international relations and political campaigns, with broad experience in budget oversight, business development, coalition building and strategic communications.
Paige holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Oregon Clark Honors College with a BA in English Literature. She resides with her husband in Scranton, Pennsylvania.