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Kathryn (Katie) Moore is a peacebuilding and organizational change/learning consultant for C Global Consulting based in New York City. She has five years of experience working in diverse global organizations throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, the East Asia and Pacific region and the United States. Her education, peacebuilding, and training interventions have engaged hundreds of leaders and youth in leading organizations within the public sector. Among her most recent work, Kathryn has conducted short-term projects for UNICEF’s New York Headquarters’ Performance Management Unit, UNDP Fiji’s Peace and Development Adviser, Amnesty International’s National Youth Program, Columbia University’s Peace Education Network, Save the Children Mozambique, and U.S. Peace Corps Mozambique. Kathryn holds a Master of Arts degree in International Educational Development from the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University and a B.A. in Early/Middle Childhood Education from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Additionally, she holds an Indiana State Teacher’s License. She currently resides in New Jersey, in the United States, with her husband.
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Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia
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Intl Ed. Development, Peacebuilding
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