CHRGJ is proud to congratulate its Assistant Manager, Audrey Watne, on her recent recruitment by the NYU Center for Global Affairs and the University of Duhok Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution to serve as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist and to implement vocational training programs for refugees and internally displaced people in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. This opportunity will advance her career in peacebuilding and her research in localized conflict transformation.
Audrey has worked with CHRGJ since 2011, first as Program Assistant and then Assistant Manager. In these roles, she has maintained and develop partnerships between CHRGJ and other NYU academic centers, supported faculty and clinic publications, supported CHRGJ administratively, and facilitated hundreds of events. During her employment, thanks to the support and encouragement of CHRGJ and NYU Law, Audrey obtained a Masters Degree in Global Affairs (2014), a Certificate in Arabic (2013), a US State Department Critical Language Scholarship in Arabic (2013), and a Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (anticipated 2016).