Anita Kirschenbaum is a program coordinator for the Global Food Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. In this role she coordinates events and supports the program's research agenda. Prior to joining the Global Food Security Program in June 2022, she interned at the Wilson Center, working specifically for the Latin American Program. She has additional experience working as a research assistant, with a focus on social policy and policy framing. Ms. Kirschenbaum holds a BA in government and global studies from Colby College, and she is originally from New York City.
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Investments in the Future: Reversing the Dire State of Maternal Nutrition
Critical Questions by Anita Kirschenbaum , Zane Swanson , and Caitlin Welsh — April 14, 2023
Beyond Black Sea Grains: The Global Malnutrition Crisis Caused by Russia’s War in Ukraine
Critical Questions by Caitlin Welsh and Anita Kirschenbaum — December 16, 2022