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Former Carr Center Staff

Please Note: This is not a complete listing of all former Carr Center staff.

Lois Andreasen Lois Andreasen is a former Executive Director at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. Prior to joining the Carr Center Lois spent 15 years in the private sector working in various roles including Senior Vice President & General Manager of SchlumbergerSema; Senior Vice President, Nortel Networks and President and CEO of LHS/PCM. She began her career as a Professor at the University of North Carolina and Montclair State University. She holds a Doctorate degree in Cultural Anthropology from the Texas Woman's University and completed post-graduate work at the University of Baroda, Baroda, India. Lois continued her studies at the University of North Carolina in international marketing and telecommunications.
Former Executive Director

Graham Ball Graham Ball was the Program Associate for the Mass Atrocity Response Operations Project. Before coming to The Carr Center he worked for Harvard Medical School with doctors and philosophers involved with Medical Ethics and Bioethics. He holds a B.A. in International Studies with a focus on Political Science and International Development from Michigan State University. Graham’s interest in mass atrocity response and policy developed during his time stationed in Europe while enlisted in the U.S. Air Force prior to attending college.
Former Program Associate, Mass Atrocity Response Operations Project

Laura Bean Laura Bean is a former Staff Assistant at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. Laura graduated from Emmanuel College in 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in History and in Global Studies. Laura received distinction in both of her fields of study for her thesis paper on genocide and international policy and her historiography on the Mau Mau rebellion in Kenya. At Emmanuel, Laura was an active student leader, tutor, research assistant and course assistant. Laura has interned at the Massachusetts Department of Social Services, at Physicians for Human Rights and, prior to joining the staff, at the Carr Center.
Former Staff Assistant

Sally Chin Sally Chin Sally has over a decade of experience working in the field of conflict prevention and resolution, with half of that time spent in Africa. She has worked for Search for Common Ground, the Fondation Hirondelle, Refugees International, International Crisis Group, and Oxfam GB. She has extensive field experience as a program manager, policy adviser, analyst and advocate, particularly with regards to the conflicts in the DRC, Sudan, Chad and the Horn of Africa. Sally's research and publications have focused on conflict-related displacement and humanitarian responses, regional and international peacekeeping capacities, small arms and light weapons, protection of civilians, and drivers of conflict. She is on the Board of Directors of Ushahidi, a project which uses crowdsourcing to map crises internationally. Sally is a graduate of Swarthmore College and has an MSc in Comparative Politics, with a focus on conflict and genocide early warning, from the London School of Economics. She is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Former Project Director, Mass Atrocity Response Operations Project

Tyler Moselle Tyler Moselle is a former Acting Executive Director of the Carr Center. He is also a former project manager for both the National Security and Human Rights and the Sate Building and Human Rights projects, Mr. Moselle holds a bachelor's in Middle Eastern and African history from BYU and a master's in politics from Harvard.

Former Acting Executive Director

Andrea Rossi Andrea Rossi, former Carr Center for Human Rights Policy Fellow, was child protection advisor on trafficking and migration for the United Nations Children's' Fund (UNICEF). Trained as an economist, he is the former research coordinator of UNICEF's Innocenti Research Centre. He has previously worked for the International Labour Organization in the East Africa Area Office, Tanzania.
Former Director, Measurement and Human Rights Program

Jen Scott Jen Scott, was faculty assistant to Rory Stewart at the Carr Center. She worked previously on rights based advocacy for tribal minorities in India, and on post-tsunami reconstruction in the Maldives. She gained her undergraduate degree in Geography from the University of Oxford and her masters degree in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.

Former Faculty Assistant to Rory Stewart

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