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Jeremy Lambeth is a development professional focused on addressing the interwoven root causes of extreme poverty for Small Island Developing States (SIDS)

A "generalist" practitioner, he engages with specialists across multiple fields integrating managerial, natural, social, and health sciences. A recent graduate, his career interests include improving knowledge management systems, facilitating international scholarly exchange, and mentoring youth entrepreneurship programs

As a 2010 NEURUS fellow, Jeremy worked for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization. While stationed in Italy and Austria, he created e-learning methodologies and GIS tools at the International Centre for Science and High Technology and UNIDO headquarters.

In 2011, Jeremy accepted a Sustainability Fellowship from the University of California Irvine and returned to Florida to continue his academic coursework toward a Master's of Sustainable Development Practice. In addition, he assessed a distance education platform for a USAID/HAITI agricultural training center and negotiated internet service for malaria/cholera researchers working at the Emerging Pathogens Institute's public health field laboratory.

Prior to graduating, Jeremy conducted focus group surveys in Amman, Jordan for the Water and Livelihoods Initiative, returned to Port-au-Prince as an NSEP Boren Fellow, and participated in a water quality study tour in Indonesia.

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  • Learning From Failure
    International aid groups make the same mistakes over and over again. At TEDxYYC David Damberger uses his own engineering failure in India to call for the development sector to publicly admit, analyze, and learn from their missteps.
    Posted Dec 20, 2011, 6:18 PM by Jeremy Lambeth
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