Kristina Lederer, Washington DC
Kristina’s career has focused on strategy development and sustainable organizational growth, with attention to the intersections of education, health, rural livelihoods, gender equity and youth empowerment in resource-limited settings. She received her BS in Sociology and American Studies, magna cum laude, from Towson University and a MPP from Johns Hopkins University.
Kristina is the Executive Director for WildlifeDirect, a wildlife conservation organization aimed at educating and empowering local communities in Kenya. Previously, Kristina served as the Director of Development and Communications at Advancing Girls’ Education in Africa (AGE Africa). Earlier in her career, Kristina joined a startup NGO, Kale Uganda, based in Jinja, Uganda, where she managed their community-based holistic development through income generation, education and microfinance programs.
Kristina continuously seeks opportunities to develop strategies for nonprofits that serve children, especially the orphan. She came to us after seeking volunteer opportunities on VolunteerMatch.org.