Alumni Peacebuilders

Anastasia Kushleyko, M.A. ’01

Anastasia Kushleyko is a regional legal adviser for the International Committee of the Red Cross, where she leads efforts to integrate and promote international humanitarian law.

Anastasia Kushleyko

Hannah Wu, M.A. ’90

Hannah Wu is a human rights specialist at the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Bangkok, Thailand.

Hannah Wu

Molly Kinder, B.A. ’01

Molly Kinder is director of agriculture and Europe policy for ONE, a nonpartisan advocacy organization that works to mitigate extreme poverty.

Molly Kinder

Sammy Mwiti, M.A. ’06

Sammy Mwiti is a communications specialist for the United Nations Development Programme in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Sammy Mwiti

Martin Ewi, M.A. ’01

Martin Ewi, from Cameroon, is a senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies in Pretoria, South Africa. Previously, he worked as a political affairs officer at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, based in The Hague in the Netherlands.

Martin Ewi

Brian Klein, B.A. ’08

Brian Klein is special assistant to Stacy Rhodes, the Chief of Staff for the Peace Corps, in Washington, D.C. He also serves as a consultant for the World Bank.

Brian Klein

Anna Walther, M.A. ’08

Anna Walther is an attorney in the Human Rights Office of the Archbishop of Guatemala, where she advocates for prisoners and people with mental disabilities.

Anna Walther

Leon Malozogu, M.A. ’00

Leon Malazogu is co-founder and executive director of Democracy for Development, a think tank in Kosovo focused on democracy and development.

Leon Malozogu

Dan Moriarty, M.A. ’01

Daniel Moriarty is director of the Maryknoll Bolivia Mission Immersion Program in Cochabamba, Bolivia.

Dan Moriarty

Njuhi Chege, M.A. ’11

Njuhi Chege is the founder and CEO of Riri Jewellery, a business that promotes peacebuilding through art by connecting Kenyan artisans with global markets.

Njuhi Chege

Adriana Quiñones, M.A. ’99

Adriana Quiñones is the strategic planning and coordination specialist for Latin America and the Caribbean at UN Women, the United Nations entity that supports the empowerment of women and girls.

Adriana Quiñones

Matt Walsh, B.A. ’06

Matthew Walsh is a member of the U.S. Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff in Washington, D.C., where he focuses on Africa and development.

Matt Walsh

Helena Hofbauer, M.A. ’98

Helena Hofbauer is manager for partnership development at International Budget Partnership, which works to reduce poverty and improve quality of governance.

Helena Hofbauer

Jessica Bailey, B.A. ’01

Jessica Bailey is the sustainable development program officer for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in New York, where she focuses on climate change.

Jessica Bailey

Tilla Sewe Antony, M.A. ’98

Tilla Sewe Antony is economic governance advisor and global NGOs coordinator at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, D.C.

Tilla Sewe Antony

Josh Jacobs-Velde, M.A. ’04

Josh Jacobs-Velde, a rabbi, provides spiritual leadership at Ohev Tzedek, a congregation of more than 100 households near Youngstown, Ohio.

Josh Jacobs-Velde