Welcome! Whether you are here for career coaching, to explore conflict resolution and peacebuilding work, or to learn more about international education, I’m glad you have arrived!
I’m based in the Washington, DC area and work with clients and partners by Zoom during the pandemic. My career has spanned college and university teaching, practicing law, teaching in the Fulbright program, think tank work, and now career coaching and consulting.
Moving your career along can take time. And often confidence suffers during this process. This piece in Sunday’s Washington Post and written by Kevin Dickinson offers some basic advice. A good point relates to the need to stay healthy during this process! Read below.
The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program (SA) provides U.S. educators in the social sciences and humanities with opportunities to participate in short-term seminars abroad to improve their understanding and knowledge of the peoples and cultures of other countries. In 2021, summer seminars will be offered in Iceland, Morocco, and Mexico. Each thematic seminar features educational lectures and interactive, cultural activities specifically designedContinue reading “Fulbright-Hays Application Period Open, Closes 12/18/20”
Today, more students than ever before are trying to pivot their careers to engage in social change. Students who have had international experiences in particular have much to contribute. Read my piece here in the most recent NAFSA blog on strategies that educators can take with students who have had global experiences.
This past Tuesday (10/13/20) I was interviewed by faculty from the peace and justice program at the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, AL about careers in the field. Students are using my book Peace Jobs: A Student’s Guide to Starting a Career Working for Peace (IAP 2016) as a resource. I was pleased to talkContinue reading “University of Montevallo Interview on Peace Jobs”