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The Social Progress Imperative is a global nonprofit based in Washington, DC, providing decision-makers and everyday citizens with the very best data on the social and environmental health of their societies and helping them prioritize actions that accelerate social progress.

Since it first launched in 2014, the Social Progress Index has been embraced by innovative leaders from London to India to the rainforests of Brazil. They are applying its rigorous framework to navigate today’s social challenges and accelerate efforts to drive equitable, inclusive and thriving societies.

Annette Handal

Communications and Executive Assistant

San Salvador, El Salvador

Balaaj Ahmad Mustafa

Research Assistant

Paris

Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah

US Insights and Partnerships Manager

Buffalo, New York

Franklin Murillo

Global Insights and Partnerships Director

Quito, Ecuador

Jaime Garcia

I&P Global Methodology Lead

San José, Costa Rica

Jaromir Harmacek

Acting Research Director

Olomouc, Czech Republic

John Lisney

Europe Insights & Partnerships Lead

Brussels, Belgium

Juan Carlos Gonzalez

Global Sr. Methodological Coordinator

Mexico City

Luke Greeves

Chief Operating Officer

Washington DC, USA

Rebekka Apardian

Sustainable Development Data Analyst

Jensen beach, Florida

Michael Green

Chief Executive Officer

London, UK

Mohamed Htitich

Global Research Assistant

Casablanca, Morocco

Petra Krylova

Global Research Director

London, UK

Rory Rolt

I&P Global Insights and Partnerships Lead

Bath, UK

Sophie Sutherland

Global Communications and Marketing Director

Austin, USA

Valeria Horton

Marketing and Communications associate

Mexico City, Mexico

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