Director of Partnerships and Communications
Partnerships & Communications
Alex is Director of Partnerships and Communications for AidData. He previously worked as Vice President for Communications and Development at InterMedia and oversaw the start-up of a USAID-funded media development program in Sierra Leone. A former editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Alex has written for Public Diplomacy Magazine and The Huffington Post. Alex holds an MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University.
The Cloudera Foundation awards AidData $1,152,000 to expand use of GeoQuery for social impact
Chinese public diplomacy in East Asia and the Pacific: Is it working?
A new report from AidData chronicles the nature and impact of China’s diplomatic programs.
Report: Climate change among least important issues according to developing countries
AidData's Listening to Leaders 2018 report finds climate action and environmental goals are bottom priorities for both citizens and leaders.
Tuned-in or tone-deaf? Leaders and citizens agree, diverge on priorities for poorer countries
AidData/William & Mary awarded two-year grant to study data on refugee, migrant and trafficked children
The two-year, nearly $500,000 grant funds research to improve the data needed for assistance programs seeking to help children on the move.
AidData releases first-ever global dataset on China’s development spending spree
Five years in the making, AidData’s data collection effort has captured more than USD $350 billion in foreign aid and other forms of state financing that China committed to five major regions of the world.