is director of the Roundtable on Community Change at the Aspen Institute. Kubisch manages a variety of research and leadership-development programs aimed at improving policies and practices that address the needs of poor communities. She works on topics such as community economic development, racial equity, evaluation of anit-poverty programs, philanthropic practice, and the role of government. She has authored many publications on these topics. Prior to joining the Aspen Institute, Kubisch worked at the Ford Foundation for ten years, in the Latin American/Caribbean office, in Nigeria as the foundation’s representative, and in New York as deputy director of the Urban Poverty Program. Kubisch sits on several boards, including the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, the National Community Building Network, the Institute for Research and Reform in Education, and United Neighborhood Houses of New York.
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