Anne Radday

Anne RaddayResearch Program Manager

Working with Feinstein Since: 2015
Based in: Somerville, MA

Anne Radday manages research operations and relationships with external research and operational partners as the focal point for a large interdisciplinary study focused on resilience in Sudan and Chad. She also oversees the development and execution of Feinstein’s communications strategy.

Anne brings expertise in strategy, product development, performance management, external relations, and communications to Feinstein. Previously, Anne was a senior consultant at Root Cause where she led projects that enabled hundreds of nonprofits and funders to understand and improve the effectiveness of their programs and organizational infrastructures. She has also worked at the UN Population Fund and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger, West Africa.

Anne holds a B.A. in political science, magna cum laude, from Columbia University and an M.P.A. from International Christian University in Tokyo, where she was a Rotary World Peace Fellow.

News Items

Anne Radday blogs about how Concern used Feinstein research in Chad
April 16, 2018

Anne Radday teamed up with David Traynor of Concern Worldwide to blog about how Concern’s team in Chad used Feinstein research to work with local communities to better understand and…

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Helen Young and Anne Radday discuss the meaning of resilience and fragile contexts at Annual Learning Event
February 15, 2018

In February 2018, the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) program held its Annual Learning Event for the 13 consortia funded by UKAID’s £140 million, three…

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Feinstein Research Projects

Synthesizing Research on Resilience in Drylands and Fragile Contexts Project

From 2005 to 2017, we developed a wide-ranging research portfolio on livelihoods systems under stress throughout the Greater Horn of Africa and beyond. This project synthesizes key themes of that research.

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Community Resilience to Acute Malnutrition

The Feinstein Center partnered with Concern Worldwide to (1) rigorously test the impact of the CRAM model on community resilience to shocks and (2) to explore how remote sensing data can provide accurate information to make early warning predictions in the Sila region of Chad.

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Feinstein Publications

Water, Livestock, and Malnutrition: Findings from an Impact Assessment

This report describes the results of an impact assessment on Concern Worldwide’s program in eastern Chad aimed at reducing malnutrition.

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Eau, betail et malnutrition: Résultats d’une étude d’impact

This is the French version of the report, Water, Livestock, and Malnutrition: Findings from an Impact Assessment.

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