Kristin Pauly is a managing director of Prince Charitable Trusts, in Washington, DC. The Trusts operate as a family foundation with grant programs in Chicago, Washington, DC and Rhode Island. She has been with the trusts since 1997. From 1990 to 1998 she was manager of urban and metropolitan programs for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation based in Annapolis, Maryland. In that capacity she wrote several publications advocating more sustainable growth in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region. Earlier Ms. Pauly was an assistant program officer with the Ford Foundation and also an assistant program officer with the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Kristin served on the Board of the Funders Network on Smart Growth and Livable Communities and of the Center for Watershed Protection. She was a founder of the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network and now serves as Co-Chair. She is also a founding member and Co-Chair of the Washington Regional Convergence Partnership. She is a resident of Annapolis, Maryland, and has an 18-year old daughter.
Pauly discussed Farming for the Future: Enduring Traditions – Innovative Practices at the 2014 EFF.