Paloma Duran


Paloma Duran is currently the director of the Sustainable Development Goals Fund and has served as the acting director since October 2014. Prior to to the SDG Fund, she was the senior adviser to the Millennium Development Goals Fund. She holds a master's and Ph.D. in law as well as in political science from UNED University in Spain and a certificate in international affairs from New York University in New York.

Latest Articles

One year in, how the SDGs are taking shape
7 Oct 2016

A year after the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, Paloma Duran, the director of the Sustainable Development Goals Fund, reflects on how she's seen the private sector engage and respond.

The role that architecture can play in the development agenda
5 May 2016

The architectural community can directly shape the outcomes of a design process to the betterment of a community's overall quality of life, sustainability, social equity, health and resilience, write Paloma Duran, the director of the SDG Fund, and Martha Thorne, the executive director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize.