Trish Malloch Brown

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Trish Malloch-Brown "began her career working in international political consulting at the Sawyer Miller Group, then earned her master's degree in international affairs at Columbia University. In addition to her work with Refugees International (where she served as vice chairman before becoming a board member), she also served as a program director at the Open Society Institute, addressing technology, media, and educational initiatives in Eastern Europe.

"She is co-founder of The Washington Circle, a group dedicated to educating women about international affairs and facilitating their involvement in making a difference." [1]

"Mrs. Malloch-Brown, who holds a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University, served as a Program Officer for Eastern Europe at the Soros Foundation from 1989-92. In this capacity, she worked with a variety of technology exchange and educational programs in Romania, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and other eastern European countries. Trish Malloch-Brown has a BA in Political Science from Denison University. She has additional board experience with the Little folks School, Friends of Montrose, and Dumbarton Oaks Parks. She also served on the strategic planning committee of the Beauvoir School." [1]

Married to Mark Malloch Brown.

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  1. Trustees, International Rescue Committee-UK, accessed January 27, 2011.