Jamie Cooper-Hohn is a co-founder of CIFF and serves as the Foundation’s President and CEO. CIFF, The Children’s Investment Foundation Fund is the world’s largest philanthropy that focuses specifically on improving children’s lives, seeking bold solutions to major challenges that face children in developing countries, from climate change to health services, civil rights and security.
Prior to the Foundation, she served as Co-Director of Shine Trust, a grant making trust supporting children in poverty in England through educational initiatives. She also served as Vice President of Strategic Planning and Development for Gould Partners in New York City and as Associate Director for the Center for Policy Alternatives in Washington, DC. Her other experiences include working for CBS News and the Atlanta Project, an initiative of President Jimmy Carter. Jamie received a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College and a Masters in Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
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