Penelope Kogan is an Analyst at I4DI, contributing to a portfolio of global development programs funded by private and public sector clients. Prior to joining I4DI, Ms. Kogan led research and the collection of materials at the Center for Development History. She has gained valuable administrative skills through her experiences at the Executive Office of InterAction, the front desk of Clark University’s International Development, Community, and Environment department, and the Seminars department at Yad Vashem’s International School for Holocaust Studies.

Ms. Kogan holds a Masters degree in International Development with a concentration in Refugees, Forced Migration, and Belonging from Clark University. She also obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with minors in International Development and Genocide Studies. Her interdisciplinary background has fueled her passion for pursuing a career that advocates for a more sustainable and equitable world.

In her free time, Ms. Kogan enjoys visiting art museums, exercising, and cooking.

Penelope Kogan is an Analyst at I4DI, contributing to a portfolio of global development programs funded by private and public sector clients. Before joining I4DI, Ms. Kogan led research and collection of materials at the Center for Development History. She has a strong administrative
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Ochanya Adah is a Technology Design & Program Specialist at I4DI. She has a strong background in conducting and leading extensive user and market research and designing human-centered solutions. She has combined her knowledge of product design and design thinking in the Health, Agriculture, and