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Director, KPMG LLP
Kate Maloney's Story
Kate is a Director in KPMG’s Development & Exempt Organizations (DEO) practice and the International Development Assistance Services (IDAS) Institute, and is a Senior Advisor to the United Nations Global Account Team. She has 15 of experience providing strategic consulting services to international development organizations, private and corporate foundations, the UN, governments and NGOs to advance inclusive sustainable development. Currently, Kate is the leading KPMG’s engagement with Equal Measures 2030, a multi-stakeholder partnership designed to promote the use of data to measure progress for women and girls across the Sustainable Development Goals. She represented KPMG at the World Economic Forum where she was Project Manager and Co-author of ‘The Future Role of Civil Society,’ which explores the evolving nexus between business, civil society, government that engage in constructive collaboration and partnership to address global challenges. Prior to DEO, Kate was a member of KPMG’s Global Infrastructure Advisory practice where she advised on transportation and social infrastructure PPPs, most notably the Building Schools for the Future program in the UK. She launched her career at the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee with oversight responsibility for foreign assistance policy and was a Country Manager at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency where she managed a portfolio of infrastructure grants across Mexico and Central America. Kate is a Global Give Back Circle Mentor and Board Member of Mary’s Meals USA, a global non-profit that provides meals for children in their place of education. Kate has a BA in Political Science and Spanish from Wake Forest University and a MA in International Economics and Latin American Affairs from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).