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Joony Moon

Analyst, Analysis and Insight, Skoll Foundation


As an Analyst with the Analysis & Insight practice center, Joony Moon provides research support on environmental scans of issue and sub-issue areas as well as specific grant-making opportunities. His focus areas are health, peace and human rights, and sustainable markets. Joony is also the project coordinator of the Skoll World Forum’s Emerging Leaders Initiative.

Prior to working at Skoll, Joony worked in India as an Impact Investing Fellow in Ahmedabad, India, where he helped organize Global Entrepreneurship Week events across the country. Before his fellowship, Joony worked as a consultant in the federal healthcare practice at Deloitte.

Joony is originally from the Washington DC metro area and completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University in Economics.

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