International Law; Democracy-Building; Good Governance
Lewis & Clark college(s) graduated from:
College of Arts and Sciences
Other graduate degrees and institutions:
MALD (The Fletcher School @ Tufts University); JD (Washington College of Law @ American University)
Areas of Expertise:
Government/Public Administration, International Affairs & Development, Law
I work for a pro bono law firm that provides free legal advice to developing and post-conflict states. I work primarily in the areas of peace negotiations and constitution drafting. I have worked on projects in Yemen, South Sudan, Syria, Burma, Georgia, and Kosovo. I am currently the Program Manager for PILPG’s Yemen programs, and work also with some of our South Sudan programs. I have advised clients on a range of issues, including constitution-drafting, post-conflict transitional governance, peace negotiations, judicial reform, and anti-corruption policy.
Involvement while in college:
Editor in Chief of the Pioneer Log, President of Model UN, Co-Chair of the International Affairs Symposium.
A member of L&C Net on LinkedIn:
Preferred method of contact:
Can be contacted for the following:
Informational interviews, Internship opportunities, Job opportunities