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Selma, Alabama

Susan Raymond, Ph.D.

Susan Raymond leads social innovation at Edmundite Missions (Selma, AL) as Chief Innovation Officer and Vice President of Program Integration at Edmundite Missions and Chief Operating Officer of Edmundite Missions Enterprises.

Previously, Susan’s distinguished career spanned international organizations such as the New York Academy of Sciences, The World Bank, the Center for Public Resources, and US Agency for International Development.  Susan was a co-founder of Changing Our World, and previously served as Executive Vice President of Research.

Susan’s expertise in global health and development is recognized through numerous awards, including Women United in Philanthropy’s Women in Excellence and Achievement Award, the John and Patty Noel Humanitarian Award, the Catholic Development Council of The NonProfit Alliance’s Caritas Award and an Agency Commendation from the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Susan has published extensively in peer reviewed and popular journals and in academic textbooks on the health and economic effects of chronic diseases in Africa, Latin America and Asia, and was co-author of the seminal work on this topic, A Race Against Time, with the Earth Institute at Columbia University. he is a regular international conference speaker on the future role of philanthropy in economic development and has published four books and many professional articles on the changing philanthropic landscape globally.

Dr. Raymond holds a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and School of Hygiene and Public Health.

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