Molly Kinder MPA/ID 2008
Consultant, Center for Global Development

Kinder is a consultant at the Center for Global Development, where she leads the startup of Global Development Innovation Ventures (GDIV), a new investment vehicle in London that will pilot, rigorously test, and scale innovative development solutions. GDIV is modeled on USAID’s Development Innovation Ventures, where Molly previously served in the Obama administration as director of special programs. Kinder was a senior policy analyst and director of the Center for Global Development’s Pakistan Program and co-author of the Center’s best-selling book, Millions Saved: Proven Successes in Global Health. She was director of agriculture and Europe policy for the ONE Campaign and deputy chair of the poverty track at the Clinton Global Initiative. Kinder has worked in India, Pakistan, and Liberia with the World Bank and the UN. She served as a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Truman Security Fellow, and a member of the HKS alumni board.