Melissa Goldman supports international grantmaking activities for the Safe Water program. This involves monitoring grants, assisting in the development of new proposals, and coordinating activities. Goldman has a background in global public health and is currently finishing a second master’s degree in international development with a focus on food and agriculture systems from Cornell University. Prior to joining the Foundation, Goldman served as a food security volunteer with Peace Corps Nepal. She also has experience conducting participatory research on various topics surrounding health, food security, urbanization and soil erosion in Belize, Malawi and Kenya.
Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize Ceremony
Join us as we celebrate Recipient Homeboy Industries on the 25th anniversary of the Prize Friday, October 23 at 10 a.m. ET.