Kevin F. F. Quigley

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Kevin F. F. Quigley, Ph.D., is Vice Chair of the Institute for Sustainable Communities and a director of Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production.

"Kevin Quigley is the president of the National Peace Corps Association. He is also principal of Q&A: Quigley & Associates, a consulting firm working with not-for-profit organizations on strategic planning, program development, evaluation, and resource mobilization issues. Prior to this, Dr. Quigley was the executive director of the Global Alliance for Workers and Communities, an organization providing workers in global manufacturing with ways to improve their lives, workplaces, and communities. Before joining the Global Alliance, Dr. Quigley was vice president of Policy and Business Programs with the Asia Society, guest scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, and director of public policy for The Pew Charitable Trusts. He has also served in staff positions in the Executive Office of the President and the U.S. Senate, as well as a Peace Corps volunteer. He previously served on the ISC board from 1995-98. Dr. Quigley has authored numerous publications on civil society and other international issues." [1]

"He has also served as Vice Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Assistance; legislative director to Senator John Heinz; budget examiner in the Office of Management and Budget; Presidential Management Intern and Peace Corps Volunteer in Thailand. He has also had appointments at various policy research institutions: Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Resident Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and as a U.S - Japan Leadership Fellow at the Keidanren in Tokyo. Professor Quigley holds a Ph.D. in comparative government from Georgetown University, a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University, a Masters in Anglo-Irish Studies from University College Dublin, and a Bachelors of Arts in Literature, History and Religion from Swarthmore College." [2]

He is a faculty member of the SAIS International Development Program.

External links

  • "Biography", Institute for Sustainable Communities, Accessed December 2006.
  • "Biography", Accessed January 2007.