Susan Diamond

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"Susan Diamond is a leader in the small-business community. She is the founder of Prayables, a boutique publishing firm with clients in the inspirational and faith-based industries. Her current position marks a return to the public sector after spending five years with two Washington D.C. based non-profit organizations. Susan led the Midwest constituents of Bread for the World to greater support by addressing the issues of hunger and extreme poverty for the grass-roots advocacy group and policy think-tank. Prior to her work at Bread, she served as Associate Director for AIPAC, a top political lobby whose mission is to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship." [1]


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  1. One Acre Fund Board, organizational web page, accessed January 28, 2013.