Program Manager, Gulf Coast Transformation Initiative, Ford Foundation
Jerry Maldonado currently serves as program manager of the Ford Foundation's Gulf Coast Transformation Initiative. Previously he was a visiting scholar at Cornell University's Global Labor Institute, as well as a consultant for the Ford Foundation's human rights program. He received his Master's Degree in international affairs from Columbia University and his Bachelor's in international development from Brown University.
Prior to joining Cornell and the Ford Foundation, he served as co-director of Carnegie Council's Global Policy Innovations program. Jerry has been a consultant with numerous international development and philanthropic institutions, including the United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. He has organized high-level international development conferences on globalization, human rights, and economic development, and is a coauthor of The Americas at a Crossroads: Putting Decent Work Back on the International Development Agenda.
- Las Américas en una Encrucijada: Hacia la Reinserción del Trabajo Digno en la Agenda del Desarrollo (Policy Library)
- As Américas em uma Encruzilhada: Repor o Trabalho Decente na Agenda do Desenvolvimento (Policy Library)
- The Americas at a Crossroads: Putting Decent Work Back on the Development Agenda (Policy Library)
Last Updated: Apr 11, 2012