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Kevin Green is Manager of Conservation Research and Monitoring at Rare, where he collaborates with field staff on impact evaluation and research initiatives. He has also spent time as a research fellow at The Nature Conservancy and research assistant at the Worldwatch Institute. Kevin earned a BA with majors in Philosophy, Sociology and Anthropology from Washington & Lee University, where his thesis, 21st Century Life in the Woods, explored the relationship between the human species and its natural environment through the lens of value theory and environmental ethics. He also holds an MA in International Development and Economics from Johns Hopkins University. He has lived in Cambodia and Italy, studied abroad in China, and speaks decent Spanish. He currently lives in Alexandria, VA with his wife, Amanda.