- MA, Public Policy, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy at University at Albany.
BA, History, University at Albany
Fron Nahzi has more than 25 years of experience in international development and has worked in over 20 countries across the globe. He has developed and managed multi-million dollar projects in the Balkans, Eastern Europe, Caucuses, Oceania, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. His project experience includes work with both local and national governments and the private sector to address such issues as: security, disinformation, climate change, good governance, anti-corruption, conflict resolution, advocacy, rule of law, education, and human rights. He has worked with and advised numerous international donor agencies and foundations such as USAID, British Council, the European Commission, the governments of Sweden, Canada, and the Netherlands, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Open Society Foundations, and the Ford Foundation. He has written extensively on the challenges transitional societies are facing and published in a wide variety of media outlets including: The Independent, The Guardian, Le Courrier, Politico, The Hill, European Voice, Project Syndicate, Newsday, Huffington Post, and BalkanInsight. He has been a guest analyst for CNN, BBC and NPR. He is the co-founder and the executive vice president of Eos Tech Trust, a nonprofit that helps NGOs across the globe integrate technological solutions to advance their work.
He’s also the author of the forthcoming book - Ethnic Interest Groups and US Foreign Policy: The Albanian-American Movements (Routledge Press).
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