JD, Albany Law School of Union University
BA, St. Michael’s College
Senior Practitioner Faculty
Master of Arts in Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management
Jennifer Collins-Foley is a democracy, governance, and gender specialist with 22 years of experience in the US and around the world. She currently serves as senior practitioner faculty with World Learning/SIT Graduate Institute’s master’s in international sustainable development program in Washington, DC where she teaches “Issues in Sustainable Development” and “Gender and Human Rights”. Collins-Foley also serves as a senior advisor for women’s political empowerment with the Karama Arab Women’s Regional Network, based in Cairo.
Collins-Foley’s management, training, and consulting experience includes senior positions in international and US governance and technical assistance organizations. These organizations include the National Democratic Institute, the Center for National Policy, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters, the International Foundation for Election Systems, the Pew Charitable Trusts, World Learning, CEDPA, Vital Voices, and the United Nations. Jennifer has worked, lived, and observed elections in the US, Russia, Ukraine, Palestine, Mauritania, Egypt, Libya, and Azerbaijan.
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