The north office building of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation campus in Seattle, Washington. Photo by: REUTERS / Marcus Donner

BRUSSELS — Like many people in European Union development circles, Nuria Molina used to apply for grants at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Now she helps decide who gets them.

Before taking up her Brussels-based position at the foundation as senior program officer for the EU and the Netherlands in 2016, Molina held senior roles at ActionAid, Save the Children, and the European Network on Debt and Development, or Eurodad — all of which receive funding from the Gates Foundation.

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    Vince Chadwick is the Brussels Correspondent for Devex. He covers the EU institutions, member states, and European civil society. A law graduate from Melbourne, Australia, he was social affairs reporter for The Age newspaper, before moving to Europe in 2013. He covered breaking news, the arts and public policy across the continent, including as a reporter and editor at POLITICO Europe.