Columbia University, School of Professional Studies 2018
MS in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution New York University,
Gallatin School of Individualized Studies Class of 2016, BA in Human Rights and Genocide Studies
Language: English (fluent), Spanish (fluent), French (working proficient- 3 years of study
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, basic Excel), R, Stata
Meredith Carbonell has a Masters in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Columbia University and a Bachelors from New York University in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Human Rights and Genocide Studies. She is a trained mediator, negotiator, and researcher. She has conducted research on peace building and women in Uganda. Interned at Post Conflict Research Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina working on Responsibility to Protect. And has conducted research in Israel and Jordan focusing on the role of tourism in peace building. Her past internships includes interning for ATOP Meaningfulworld at the UN, International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation, International Center for Transitional Justice, Independent Diplomat and the Global Centre for Responsibility to Protect where she conducted a variety of research projects and conflict analysis. She is fluent in Spanish and conversational in French. Her academic interests are human rights, genocide, conflict resolution, trauma, social perception, and peace building.