Kristen Edgreen Kaufman is a highly experienced consultant and coordinator who specializes in advising international organizations about how to strategically engage with or effect community outreach with public and private companies based in the U.S. and abroad. She works with international organizations to build bridges between various in-house departments and public and private organizations inside and outside the U.S. for the purpose of conceiving of, organizing, and fundraising for events that will benefit and serve communities worldwide.
Kristen co-founded and runs Acrocorinth, Inc., a foundation supporting education for underprivileged children and promoting ethics in foreign policy. Kristen's breadth of experience in results-driven and high-pressure environments, including eight years in equity sales on the trading floor with Natixis Bleichroeder running her own institutional book of business and as an international marketing analyst and institutional client service associate with Lazard Asset Management and Merrill Lynch, inspired her to create and participate in programs that improve lives globally.
Kristen currently sits on the board of Teach for America - NY and Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
Last Updated: September 27, 2021