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Kristiana Moore
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Bloomington, United States
Dynamic public affairs professional with experience in international development, environmental issues and partnership development; with cross-cultural country experience in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and China. Energetic multi-tasker skilled in working with a diverse audience of professionals to execute objectives and produce deliverables while committed to organizational growth.
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Area of Expertise:
  • Trade, Finance, Economics, Cooperation, Global
Professional Experience:
Indiana University, Bloomington 2010-2012
Vice-President and Professional Development Coordinator, International Public Affairs Association.
2nd Year Masters of Public Affairs Representative, Graduate Student Association.
Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Sergio Fernandez: assessing affirmative action policies in the public sector of post-apartheid South Africa.
Graduate Assistant, SPEA Office of Career Services – Established a program for SPEA students to participate in UNEP international internships in Kenya, Thailand and Jamaica.
Graduate Teaching Assistant to Dr. Jennifer Brass: SPEA course V160 National/International Policy.

Intern, United Nations Environment Programme: Nairobi, Kenya Summer 2011
Organized capacity building workshops for the UN Regular Process on Global Reporting and Assessment on the State of the Marine Environment, Including Socio-Economic Aspects in East Africa, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific.
Drafted small-scale funding agreements between UNEP and GRID Arendal $25,000, UNEP and PERSGA $70,000 and UNEP and The World Fish Center $10,000.
Maintained the Group of Experts List for the Regular Process.
Assisted the professional staff in both the Division of Environmental Policy Implementation and the Division of Early Warning and Assessment on the Regular Process, Regional Seas Programme, and The Programme Research on Climate Change Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation.

Intern, Senator Barbara Boxer: Sacramento, CA Summer 2010
Responsibilities: Constituent issue intake coordinator and assisted the professional staff with organizational support.

Shift Manager, Starbucks Coffee Company: California and Washington D.C. 2006 –2009
Responsibilities: Managed 15 store partners; ensured accuracy and accountability of average daily store funds of $15,000; served a daily average of 200 customers and certified as a food safety manager.
Awards: Partner of the Month honors, M.U.G. customer service awards and promoted to Shift Manager November 2007.

Indiana University, School of Public &Environmental Affairs (SPEA), Masters of Public Affairs, Bloomington, IN 2010-2012
Concentration: Global Policy Analysis and Developmental Evaluation
Coursework: Public Program Evaluation, Cost Benefit Analysis, Public Management, Managerial Economics, Public Finance, Law and Public Affairs, Development Economics, Political Economy of Africa, Capstone: Indiana as a Global Trading Partner with the EU and Other World Regions.
GPA: 3.5.
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