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Jared Ordway

Adjunct Professorial Lecturer School of International Service

Jared L. Ordway is a peacebuilding professional with over fifteen years of analytical and applied practice in the areas of conflict transformation, urban violence prevention, and intercultural communication. Drawing upon participatory methodologies and systems-based practices for process-design and stakeholder engagement, Jared’s work supports governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental actors and initiatives through the delivery of consultation, advising and technical assistance. As a practitioner, Jared specializes in the design and facilitation of targeted interventions such as dialogue and mediation processes, social conflict and violence analysis, leadership enhancement, and creative conceptual development. As a trainer and educator, he is often involved in professional capacity-building and mentoring activities, curriculum design for traditional, informal and virtual learning spaces, and graduate-level teaching. Jared is on the UNDP Expert Roster for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, and most recently served as a Senior Dialogue Facilitator at the Berghof Foundation. He has held adjunct teaching appointments at Columbia University and the National University of Costa Rica, and currently offers distance-learning courses at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC, as well as the Graduate Program in Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies at Champlain College in Vermont.

Degrees

PhD - Peace Studies, University of Bradford

Languages Spoken
Portuguese, Spanish, German
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See Also
IPAT Interpeace

Teaching

  • Spring 2018

    • SISG-771 Topics in Int'l Neg/Conflt Res: Post-War Transitions
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