Diana Aubourg Millner

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"Diana Aubourg Millner, Senior Foreign Assistance Policy Analyst, Bread for the World.

"Before joining Bread for the World, Diana Aubourg Millner directed Africa policy and programmatic development for the Pan African Children's Fund/Save Africa's Children, a U.S. black church initiative that supports orphan care projects in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean. In her capacity as special assistant to the president, Bishop Charles E. Blake, Aubourg represented the organization among a network of people addressing the AIDS pandemic, including governments, humanitarian organizations, faith-based organizations, and policy and advocacy groups. She has traveled extensively throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Aubourg has been active in the fight against global AIDS for several years and serves on the board of the Jubilee USA Network, a national campaign to cancel the debts of impoverished nations. Aubourg earned a bachelor’s degree in policy studies from Syracuse University and a master’s in international development planning from MIT." [1]

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  1. Board, Global Action for Children, accessed January 24, 2011.