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Pamela Corn joined IPI in March 2008. As IPI’s Adviser for Development, Pamela is tasked with strengthening its development strategy and securing new sources of funding. Pamela also works with each program to produce grant proposals and reports, and is the main point of contact with IPI’s donors, including governments, foundations, and individuals.
Before coming to IPI, Pamela worked at Amnesty International USA’s New York headquarters as a Major Gifts Associate. Prior to this, Pamela was a Development Assistant for the Center for Responsive Politics, a government watchdog group based in Washington, DC, that tracks money in politics and its effect on elections and public policy.
Pamela graduated from Fordham University in 2003 with a BA in international/intercultural relations. There she was active in the university humanitarian organization, Global Outreach, and served a term as president of the Lincoln Center campus branch.
IPI is grateful to our generous friends and donors who provide both intellectual and financial support. Their contributions help us in a very practical way to achieve program objectives, and their leadership is an invaluable resource to our organization.
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