Kim Treanor, Communications and Development

FullSizeRender.jpg At KEI, Kim works in communications and press, fundraising, and research.


  • IP-Health. This list, which is archived, provides a discussion of intellectual property and health care.
  • A2K. Discussion of Access to Knowledge. Also archived.

Dr. Diane Singhroy, Scientific and Technical Advisor


Dr. Diane Singhroy is the Scientific and Technical Advisor at Knowledge Ecology International (KEI).

Prior to joining KEI Diane worked as a graduate student researcher in Dr. Mark Wainberg's laboratory at the McGill AIDS centre studying drug resistant HIV and innate immune interactions. She also taught for a microbiology laboratory sciences and collaborative drug discovery course as a teaching assistance for McGill university.

Andrew S. Goldman, Counsel, Policy and Legal Affairs


Andrew S. Goldman is Counsel for Policy and Legal Affairs at KEI. He is an attorney licensed in Maryland and New York, and is admitted before the United States Supreme Court, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

Jobs at KEI

Development Associate


Knowledge Ecology International is seeking to hire a Development Associate to assist with fundraising and donor outreach efforts.

Knowledge Ecology International (KEI) is a not for profit non-governmental organization (NGO) with offices in Washington, D.C. and Geneva that works on knowledge goods governance and social justice. KEI seeks to push the boundaries of knowledge resource management and to leverage intellectual property policies to ensure equitable and affordable access to medical technologies globally.

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KEI needs your support. Donations to KEI are tax deductible, under 501(c)(3) of the US IRS code.

Claire Cassedy, Research Associate and Assistant for Development


Claire Cassedy is Research Associate and Assistant for Development at Knowledge Ecology International.

Prior to joining KEI in August 2013, Claire worked with several organizations including Global Zero, a nuclear nonproliferation nonprofit, and the North Carolina Democratic Party. She also previously worked as a research assistant and grant writer for the International and Distance Education Alliance at North Carolina State University.

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