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Beth Tuckey Hatfield

Grants Officer

Beth Hatfield is responsible for generating compelling content describing the work and impact of Human Rights First for foundation proposals and reports, and for helping to manage a portfolio of grants from foundations.

Prior to joining the staff full time in 2012, she served as the 2011 Whitney Ellsworth Communications Fellow. Beth began her work in the non-profit field as the Associate Director of Program Development and Policy at Africa Faith & Justice Network in Washington, DC, where she conducted advocacy on U.S.-Africa policy issues. She also gained non-profit experience working with Corporate Accountability International in Boston, MA.

Beth graduated with a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and received her B.A. from Kenyon College in Ohio.