Melinda Kimble, Senior Vice President of UN Foundation, Has Been Selected for Inclusion in the 2007-2008 Princeton Premier Registry

Washington, DC, December 20, 2007 --( Melinda Kimble, Senior Vice President of UN Foundation, has been selected for inclusion in the 2007-2008 Princeton Premier Registry. Melinda makes her home in Washington D.C. and speaks French and Arabic and holds two masters degrees: Economics (University of Denver) and MPA (Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. As Senior Vice President, Melinda oversees program areas concerning health, population, the environment, and peace/ human rights. She has been employed in this capacity since May of 2000. Melinda's personal specialty is in financial planning and environmental policy. She is a proud member of the Woman's Foreign Policy Group (WFPG).

Melinda exhibits her true altruistic nature by her chosen profession and is committed to fighting malaria and tuberculosis. In her spare time Melinda enjoys reading, yoga and horseback riding. She keeps up with current news and business trends by reading her favorite business publication, The Economist. She is a welcome addition in the 2007-2008 Princeton Premier Registry.

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