Faculty and Researchers
Anne RaddayResearch Program Manager
Anne Radday is the Feinstein International Center’s focal point for research communications and uptake and knowledge management. She is dedicated to ensuring that the Center’s evidence and learning effectively informs decision-making at the local, national, regional, and international levels. Working closely with researchers, partners, and key stakeholders, she develops and executes context-specific research uptake strategies for the Center’s large scale research projects. Through this work, she tests and develops new frameworks for knowledge management, which guide the Center’s strategy.
Anne has significant experience in marketing and communications, knowledge management, knowledge product development, organizational strategy, and external relations. Prior to joining Feinstein, she was a senior consultant at Root Cause where she led projects that enabled hundreds of nonprofits and foundations to understand and improve the effectiveness of their programs and organizational infrastructures. She has also worked as a research assistant 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.
Famine, COVID-19, and the Politics of Information and Analysis by: Anne Radday, Peter Hailey, and Daniel Maxwell “In war, truth is the first casualty.” Aeschylus Greek tragic dramatist (525 BC…Read More
Anastasia Marshak, Helen Young, Anne Radday, and Elena Naumova published a study in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) as part of the special issue, “Early…Read More
Feinstein Research Projects
The broad aim of the SHARP Taadoud operational research is to strengthen the impact of resilience-related actions and interventions.Read More
This study is a partnership with Concern Worldwide that aims to inform programming around water, livestock, and nutrition in the Goz Beida area. It investigates the seasonal patterns of acute malnutrition and its key drivers in the Goz Beida Region.Read More
This field report provides an up to date information about the issues affecting the relationships between different users of natural resources within the changing context of Darfur.Read More
This brief reviews farming and pastoralist livelihood systems to highlight their evolving and overlapping tenure regimes. The learning brief series aims to promote awareness and understanding of natural resource use and management in Darfur to support the Taadoud II program and wider programs and policies to effectively build resilient livelihoods.Read More