Ms. Hamilton joins the Integra staff after recently completing a term as a GBI Intern. Prior to that, she worked with the Monitoring and Evaluation Department of EngenderHealth, to evaluate the Client-Orientated, Provider-Efficient (COPE) tool used within the ACQUIRE Tanzania Project (ATP); a USAID-funded project in reproductive health and family planning services. She also fieldwork experience, spending the summer of 2011 in Nepal on the increased privatization of higher education and it’s impact on youth. Enthusiastic about education policy and women’s health, Kimberly is particularly interested in how technology can be used to facilitate improvements in these areas. As a GBI Intern, she contributed to telecommunications research for several Latin American countries. She holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from The New School in New York, with a concentration in Development.