Hodei Sultan, BA Global Affairs ’07 and MS Conflict Analysis and Resolution ’11, has more than 10 years of experience working on issues related to gender, civil society, youth, peace education, peacebuilding, and conflict resolution, through her work with the United States Institute of Peace (USIP). Sultan has served as a senior program specialist with USIP’s Afghanistan and Pakistan programs, as a program officer with its South and Central Asia program, and now as a senior program manager in USIP’s Asia Center.
Her experience includes program design, monitoring and evaluation in conflict countries, and developing policies and procedures for field programming and operations in highly fluid security and political environments.
She is also an adjunct faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College teaching undergraduate courses on peacebuilding and conflict resolution, and peace and stability operations.
Published in the CHSS annual report 2019-20.