Amanda M. Fulmer

Amanda M. Fulmer joined NPA in August of 2001 as a research fellow from Princeton Project 55, a public interest program sponsored by Princeton University’s class of 1955. She worked on NPA’s Cuba project on foreign investment and worker rights.

Human Capital Reform: 21st Century Requirements for the United States Agency for International Development

The report presents 50 recommendations for reforming human capital in the U.S. Agency for International Development. The recommendations were developed at a Forum hosted by the National Policy Association in October 2002 at the Belmont Conference Center in Elkridge, Maryland. Human Capital Management

 
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Amanda M. Fulmer joined NPA in August of 2001 as a research fellow from Princeton Project 55, a public interest program sponsored by Princeton University’s class of 1955. She worked on NPA’s Cuba project on foreign investment and worker rights. In February 2002, Fulmer directed a major conference in Lima, Peru, entitled “Equity and Growth: The Role of Civil Society in Sustainable Development.” In June of 2002, she began her research project on personnel policies at the U.S. Agency for International Development.
 
Fulmer received a degree in politics and certificates in Latin American studies, Spanish language and culture, and political theory from Princeton University in 2001.

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