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Paul Spiegel
Lavine Family

From the time they first met at the Au Bon Pain at Harvard Business School, Jonathan Lavine MBA ’92 and Jeannie Bachelor Lavine AB ’88, MBA ’92 discovered they had many common interests. While balancing studies with volunteer work at City Year, the couple’s connection was deepened by their...

Miranda Visser
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Usha Periyanayagam
Penar Musaraj
Louise Richardson
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Sheila Ramaswamy
Children in Crisis

The Children in Crisis (CiC) Program focuses on addressing the critical needs of crisis-affected children and youth in humanitarian contexts. The impact of humanitarian crises on children has reached catastrophic proportions; today, nearly 50 million children have been displaced from their...

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Ashish Jha
Pooja Agrawal
Luciana Vosniak

Luciana will join the ATHA program as a Research Intern for the Fall 2020 semester. She has worked as a Faculty Aide for a Harvard Extension School instructor and HHI Senior Fellow, Birthe Anders, assisting with a research project on aid worker security. Luciana is also a Legal Intern at the...

Negeen Darani

Negeen is the Executive Director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and the educational arm of HHI, Humanitarian Academy at Harvard. She has over eighteen years of experience in strategic planning, program management, consulting, finance, policy analysis, research, and organizational...

Humanitarian Response Intensive Course: Intro
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Mari Bothner

Marian is a Research Assistant for the Summer & Fall 2020 semesters at the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology. At the Signal Program, she works on expanding the Signal Code and developing protocols for data protection in humanitarian contexts.

Mari is a Junior at Harvard...

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