Operations Manager at Abraham's Vision
Area of Expertise: Civil Society, International Relations, Migration and Integration, Minority Rights, Religion, Youth Issues
Geographical Expertise - Region: Europe, North Africa and Middle East, North America
Geographical Expertise - Country: Israel, Palestine
Languages: English, French
Field of Work: Non-Governmental
City: Washington DC
Continent: North America
Megan Martin is Operations Manager at Abraham’s Vision, a conflict transformation organization which improves Jewish, Muslim, Palestinian and Israeli relations by bringing together high school and college students for conflict transformation training.
Ms. Martin’s specialty is ethnic identity and US foreign policy in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. She is qualified to speak on these subjects thanks to her in-depth studies at NYU, her extensive research as a fellow and grantee at UC Berkeley, and her regionally applicable travel. Megan graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California, Berkeley in May 2008 where she studied Late Modern European History and Cultural Anthropology. During her time as a Berkeley student, Megan studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic and Budapest, Hungary. Megan’s honors thesis, which focused on the formation of feminism in post-1968 Czechoslovakia, was published in American and Czech Journals in 2008. In August 2009, she received her Masters degree in Politics with a specialization in International Relations from New York University. Megan studied US Foreign Policy, Immigration, and Identity Formation in the Middle East and North Africa. Her Masters thesis focused on Algerian immigrants’ economic, educational and civic integration in France.
Latest articles from Megan Martin
- A New Article Series: Youth, Civic Engagement and Democratic Processes 309,160 views
- Somalia in Shambles 150,928 views
- Interview with Ali Gomaa, Grand Mufti of Egypt 69,038 views
- Immediate Reactions from Experts on Egypt 61,667 views
- Secrecy is the problem, not leakers 39,309 views