Jen Hill

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Jen Hill "received her Master's degree in International Affairs from the New School University and her Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology from Ohio University. At the New School, she worked on various projects including an analysis of the UN's new One UN program in Tanzania and Vietnam from a gender perspective. Jen also worked as an Outreach and Communications intern for African Refuge, a non-profit organization addressing the needs of the Liberian refugee community in New York.

"She began as a Development and Communications Intern at the EAC in Takaungu where she also taught children at the after-school program. Since then, she has taken an integral role in developing our sponsorship program and administering our new website. As the Board President, Jen will focus on strengthening the relationship between donors and the organization as well as fundraising on the East Coast. Her professional interests include governing international emergencies and security in post-conflict settings and she is pursuing a career assisting with humanitarian emergencies in East Africa. She has experienced the positive impacts of the EAC's programs in Takaungu and is honored to support the organization." [1]

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  1. Directors, East African Center for the Empowerment of Women and Children, accessed May 18, 2009.