Aimée Bruederle is Grants Officer for the Global Development and Population program at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. She partners with program staff on grantmaking process and workflow and to assess and monitor non-governmental organizations. I also provide expertise in international grantmaking.Prior to joining the Hewlett Foundation, Aimée worked as a grants manager at the Tides Foundation, managing a large portfolio of complex policy-focused and international grants. She provided technical assistance to philanthropic advisors, associates, and non-profit organizations. In board leadership, for two years she was the Secretary for ACCESS Women's Health Justice, a reproductive justice organization providing personal assistance to women seeking access to women's health services. Prior to that, for four years, she was Treasurer and Secretary for World Action for Humanity, a start-up fundraising organization that supported small projects in East Africa benefiting children affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Aimée holds a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. In addition, she obtained a specialization in international business at the Copenhagen Business School. She also obtained a Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis on Women’s and Reproductive Health from Johns Hopkins University. Her capstone project was focused on adolescent reproductive health and social support.