Inter Press Service (IPS) is pleased to announce that Kimberly Clarke, who has worked in international development communications since 1988, is joining IPS to work on fundraising and project management, starting on 1st May 2012.
Kimberly has a strong international background in editing, evaluation and tracking the impact of communication, and has worked with IPS in the past consulting on marketing and evaluating IPS EU projects.
Kimberly has worked with many international organizations, development agencies and media including the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), UK Department For International Development (DfID), Practical Action, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), Earthscan, the Water, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Institute of Development Studies (IDS), International Forum for Rural Transport and Development (IFRTD), SCF Canada, Plan International, the World Bank, UNDP, FAO, BBC, TVE and OnePlanet Pictures.
Kimberly has a B.A. in English from Queen’s University, Canada, speaks Spanish and French and is a dual British-Canadian national.
IPS is an international communication institution with a global news agency at its core, raising the voices of the South and civil society on issues of development, globalization, human rights and the environment. It can be accessed at www.ipsnews.net.
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