Rachel Quint serves as a Program Fellow at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation where she leads the foundation’s engagement on the global Sustainable Development Goals. In addition, her work has helped shape a strategy to increase the use of data in decision-making by African governments and to increase citizen engagement to improve social services in East Africa.
Before joining the Foundation, Rachel worked in Ethiopia for three years. As a liaison to the African Union for the United Nations World Food Programme, she served as a technical advisor to six African governments and led efforts to quantify the social and economic impact of under-nourished children. Prior to her work at the UN, she served in Ethiopia as a fellow at the International Rescue Committee to improve refugee health and education services.