Alumni

Maille Faughnan

Maille Faughnan
Doctoral Student

Michael E. Jones

Alumnus, M.S., Doctoral Student, University of Miami

Micaela Browning

Micaela Browning
Alumna, M.S., Partners In Health

Micaela graduated from the Payson Center in May 2013, and currently works as a Health Financing Project Analyst at Partners In Health, an international health organization committed to improving the health of the poor and marginalized.

M Karna L Cohen

Doctoral Student, Social Scientist

Maria Trujillo

Maria Trujillo, PhD
Alumna, PhD, Pact

Dr. Trujillo has spent more than 25 years applying engineering, project management, artificial intelligence and knowledge management concepts and methods to international development. At the end of 2011 she stepped down from the Vice Presidency at CAMRIS International, an international development firm, to become an independent consultant and small business start-up owner.  Dr.

Meredith Dudley

Meredith Dudley
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Nanette Svenson

Nanette Svenson
Adjunct Assistant Professor

Dr. Svenson has 20 years of professional experience in international development, academia and the private sector. She works as an Adjunct Professor of Florida State University and independent consultant for the United Nations and other organizations involved in capacity development, particularly of higher education. She helped establish the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Regional Centre for Latin American and Caribbean in Panama and worked there for four years in charge of research and knowledge management.

Max Anderson

Max Anderson
Alumnus, M.S., Security Industry Specialists, Inc.

I spent six years in the United States military, including a combat deployment to Iraq. My military and educational background have prepared me for a career in international development. After extensive travel through multiple countries, I decided to pursue a path towards reconstruction, sustainability, and policy change specifically in conflict environments. My primary goal is to bridge the gap between civilian aid organizations  and military personnel when working in conflict zones or areas affected by natural disaster.

Courtney Evans

Courtney Evans, Tulane University Payson Center
Alumna, M.S., Flamboyan Foundation

I completed my Master's degree at Tulane University's Payson Center for International Development in December, 2014. During my studies, I was a Graduate Intern at the International Labour Organization's Washington, DC Office and a Human Rights Intern, OHCHR in Bangkok, Thailand. My areas of interest include Child Labor, Child Rights, Violence Against Women, Women's Rights, Gender Inequality and Migrant's Rights.

Kami Bruner

Kami Bruner
Alumna, M.S.

I have worked with a number of environmental/social justice nonprofits and community-based organizations as well as in the health research, governmental, and educational sectors. My enduring passions are ecological, community, and organizational sustainability. My particular interest is in furthering researching on permaculture/systems thinking and practical applications for community development.

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