Kip Patrick is the Senior Director of Advocacy and Communications at the Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA). Kip leads CCA’s external outreach, including strategy development, partnerships, champion engagement, digital media, and content development. Kip has more than 20 years’ experience building and implementing communications programs and partnerships for nonprofits, major corporations, and government agencies.
Previously, Kip worked as a Senior Communications Consultant with the World Bank, leading global efforts to increase access to safe water and improved sanitation in developing countries. Prior to that, he and his wife Liz spent 16 months volunteering across Asia, Africa, and Central America, for which they were named 2014 National Geographic Travelers of the Year. Kip has also served as Vice President of Public Affairs at the global public relations firm Ketchum and as Senior Communications Officer with The Pew Charitable Trusts. A longtime writer and photographer, his work has been published by CNN, National Geographic, and Men’s Journal. Kip earned a degree in journalism from Northwestern State University in Louisiana and a masters certificate from The George Washington University School of Political Management.