Teaching 

Associate Professor, Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2013-14, 2017-19

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 2014-18


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Associate Lecturer, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, “Accountability in Humanitarian Response,” Spring 2013-15


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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,” 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

  • Fulbright Researcher examining Japan’s approach to disaster risk reduction, 2019