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Former Program Manager & Research Assistant, Center for Global Prosperity
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Kimberly Russell joined the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity in February of 2014. She is responsible for executing all operational de
Kimberly Russell joined the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity in February of 2014. She was responsible for executing all operational details related to the production of the Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances and the Index of Philanthropic Freedom, including administration of grants, budgets, and coordination with research partners. Ms. Russell also assisted in researching, writing, and editing the Center’s two reports. In addition to that, she conducted research on global remittances and trends in philanthropic giving in the developing world. Ms. Russell received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies from American University.