Carolyn Ramsdell

Impact & Influence Program Officer
United States

Carolyn Ramsdell has been involved with The Hunger Project since 2009 and was appointed Impact & Influence Program Officer in January 2011.

Carolyn holds a MA from SIT Graduate Institute in Sustainable Development with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Advocacy.

Before beginning her graduate studies, Carolyn spent three years in Bolivia with the Peace Corps. As an agriculture extension volunteer she worked in rural indigenous villages promoting sustainable and organic farming methods, teaching English, and working to help strengthen local women’s groups.

Blog Posts

Measuring Empowerment: The Columbia SIPA Team’s Experience in Mexico and Benin

June 11, 2013
In March 2013, a Columbia School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) team of six split into two and embarked on field visits to two country offices: Mexico and Benin. In addition to seeking a better understanding of The Hunger Project's (THP's) mission and activities on the ground, the Team went to test a new communications tool with M&E officers in the field. Read their review of the experience.


1,000 Days: An Overview from Executive Director Lucy Sullivan

May 3, 2012
During The Hunger Project's National Leadership Conference, held in New York March 31-April 1, Lucy M Sullivan, Executive Director of 1,000 Days, explains the importance of maternal and early childhood nutrition.


Meet Andrés Arau!

December 16, 2011
We would like to introduce you to a member of our global team! Today we meet Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Andrés Arau! He joined The Hunger Project-Mexico in 2009 and is interviewed here by fellow THP staffer, Carolyn Ramsdell.


THP’s Young Professionals Committee and Partner Organizations Honor World Food Day!

October 13, 2011
This World Food Day, Sunday, October 16, in New York City, join The Hunger Project’s Young Professionals Committee, Oxfam Action Corps NYC, American Jewish World Service and Union Theological Seminary to take part in the U.S. premiere of David Syz’s film, Hunger in a World of Plenty.