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Elizabeth Hoffecker
Manager of the International Development Innovation Network at MIT

Elizabeth Hoffecker is a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she leads a multi-disciplinary team that is investigating the role that local innovation processes play in achieving sustainable development outcomes.  Based at the MIT D-Lab, Elizabeth manages the research program of the International Development Innovation Network, teaches a course on understanding development impact, and is a founding member of the Lean Research steering group. She has consulted with a range of community-based organizations involved in local economic development and capacity-building and during her time as a graduate student at MIT co-founded New Economy at MIT, a student-led group working towards an economics that aligns with individual, community, and ecosystem wellbeing.

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