Jessica Bailey

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"Jessica Bailey is the Program Officer for the Rockefeller Brother Fund's global and domestic Sustainable Development program, where she focuses on climate change. She also directs a newly launched cross-programmatic initiative on energy, which explores the security and sustainability dimensions of the United States' energy policies. She joined the RBF as Special Assistant to the President, a position that involved her in all aspects of the Fund's operations. Prior to joining the RBF, she completed her master's degree in International Relations from Yale University, where she concentrated on International Security Strategy primarily focusing on issues of U.S. foreign policy. Before attending graduate school, she was awarded the Herbert Scoville, Jr. Peace Fellowship to work in the Nuclear/Security Program of Physicians for Social Responsibility. Jessica interned in the Developing Policy Planning Office of the United Nations in 2003 and conducted a research project on the border of Colombia and Ecuador in 2001. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. "[1]

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  1. 1Sky Board, organizational web page, accessed April 5, 2012.