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Outstanding Co-op Award – Danielle “Nellie” Moore

Danielle “Nellie” Moore

Danielle “Nellie” Moore, (2011) an International Affairs and Human Services major,  joined AIP Foundation in July 2012 as the Communications Coordinator through the Princeton-in-Asia fellowship program and became the Organizational Learning & Knowledge Manager in July 2013. Prior to joining AIP Foundation, Nellie was the Development Associate at Friends Without A Border in New York City, worked with the Harpswell Foundation in Cambodia, and interned with the Bureau of International Organization Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, as well as several U.S.-based NGOs. Nellie received the Presidential Global Scholars Award from Northeastern to support her project.  She was awarded the Outstanding Co-op Award in 2011.

She completed the following co-ops:

  • GLAD (Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders): Special Events/Development Intern in the Spring of 2008
  • US-Department Of State:Intern in the Spring of 2009
  • Harpswell Foundation: Leadership Resident (in Cambodia) in the Fall of 2010

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