Teaching 

Associate Professor, Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018

Guest Lecturer at Columbia University Forced Migration Practicum Course and School of International and Public Affairs Complex Emergency Course. Title of lecture: “Accountability in Practice – Lessons from Haiti Emergency” 10/2010 & 11/ 2011


Adjunct Professor, New York University, Wagner School of Public Service, “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018


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Associate Lecturer, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2013, 2014, 2015


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Visiting Faculty, Geneva School of Diplomacy, “Management of Humanitarian Operations,” Fall 2016, 2017


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Lecturer, Sciences Po Lyon “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2015


Adjunct Professor, Fordham Center for International Humanitarian Affairs “Introduction to Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2013 and “Internship Seminar,” Spring 2013

Co-Course Director, Fordham Center for International Humanitarian Affairs “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Summer Semester 2012

Guest Lecturer for Fordham’s International Diploma for Humanitarian Assistance (IDHA), 2013 & 2014


EducatioN

Columbia University — School of International and Public Affairs

  • Master of International Affairs, 2004 — Teaching Fellow

Columbia University — Mailman School of Public Health

  • Master of Public Health, Forced Migration, 2005 — Graduate Research Fellow, Gorman Humanitarian Award

University of Pennsylvania 

  • Bachelor of Arts, 1999

United States Fulbright Scholar

  • Awarded Fulbright Grant to study use and experiences of child soldiers in Sierra Leone, 2006