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Q&A w/ Team Rubicon's Deputy Director of Capability Development
A discussion with the Deputy Director of Capability Development for Team Rubicon, Corey Eide.
- Comparison of working in a traditional organization of 20K employees and the transition of working with a start-up of 70 employees
- Open Q&A about the current job market and past experiences
Corey Eide serves as the Deputy Director of Capability Development for Team Rubicon. In this role, Corey oversees the design and development of new services to offer individuals and communities affected by disasters both domestic and international.
Prior to joining Team Rubicon, Corey spent over a decade with the American Red Cross in a variety of roles. Most recently he focused on modernizing its disaster recovery program including the redesign of its cash transfer programming. Prior to this, Corey led catastrophic earthquake planning efforts, partnership development
and training development.
At Tulane, Corey has developed and taught a number of 1-credit courses at the Payson Graduate Program in Global Development and most recently at DRLA. International experience includes volunteer work in Haiti, a research deployment to Chile following the earthquake in 2010 and coursework completed in Thailand, Panama, and India. Corey has a Masters of Science in International Development from Tulane.