A group for those of us focused on International Peace Parks and Trans-Boundary Conservation Areas...through research, academic writing, various projects, and active park management, and the challenges of trying to create and International Peace Park
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I received a masters degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from School of International Service at American University and a bachelors degree in Political Science from Longwood University. I come from an experiential learning and youth development background. I am also a musician and sing with the Choral Arts Society of Washington in D.C.
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Legislative Manager for Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
Nice to meet you through this network of people who are working towards conflict resolution, peacebuilding, development and related fields. I hope that we could exchhange and share information, insights and learning to help each other.
I look forward to keeping in touch and hearing from you.
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