Dr. Zoe Marks is a lecturer in public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Her research and teaching interests focus on the intersections of conflict and political violence; race, gender and inequality; peacebuilding; and African politics. Her current book project examines the internal dynamics of rebellion in Sierra Leone to understand how and why rebel groups can sustain a viable threat to the state without widespread support.
Focuses on honing the abilities of senior executive women to develop a strong cross-sector leadership strategy through the creation of successful alliances and enduring partnerships.
Teaches leaders of civic associations, advocacy groups, and social movements how to organize communities that can mobilize power to effect change.
Develops and expands the leadership capacity of rising leaders from developed, emerging, newly industrialized, and transitional countries.