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Bryan Schwartz is an institutional advancement officer at the Center for Global Development. In this role, he manages grant reports and proposals, conducts prospect research, and coordinates donor stewardship efforts. Prior to joining the CGD team, he worked as the development manager for the National Center for Family Philanthropy and the program manager for the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity. Schwartz received a Master of Arts in Global, International, and Comparative History from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Sonoma State University.