Program Associate, Global Development and Population
Jodie Clark is a Program Associate in the Global Development and Population Program, supporting a portfolio of grants that spans from transparency in extractive industries to aid reform to the Think Tank Initiative. Prior to joining the Hewlett Foundation, Jodie completed a brief stint as Program Associate for the Sub-Saharan Africa portfolio within The Packard Foundation’s Population and Reproductive Health Program. Before moving to California, she served as Program Operations Manager at the Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project, a Connecticut-based organization dedicated to responding to nutrition, economic development, and emergency relief needs among children and families in Martin County, Kentucky. While pursuing her Master’s degree, she supported a research initiative led by the International Water Management Institute to identify effective small-scale irrigation solutions in Zambia, and worked with Oxfam International to develop a framework for evaluating women’s empowerment across international development programs.
Jodie holds an M.A. in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University, and B.A. in Legal Studies from Bates College.