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October 1st, 2012

Kim-Jenna Jurriaans

IPS welcomes Kim-Jenna Jurriaans who starts work this week as the IPS Online Content and Community Manager based at the IPS office in New York.

Prior to joining IPS as a correspondent at the U.N. office this year, Kim-Jenna has worked extensively in non-profit communications, including as head of communications for an international NGO supporting women development practitioners at the grassroots. In this position, she supported the organization’s collaborations with partners like UN-Habitat, and the Dutch Foreign Ministry’s MDG Fund.

Kim-Jenna’s educational background includes studies in International Law, Journalism (B.A.) and International Affairs (M.A.). She has lived and studied in the U.S., the Netherlands, Germany and Brazil.

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