Clare Bambrick

Clare Bambrick is a technical manager with 15 years of experience supporting USAID and Department of State-funded projects in the Middle East and North Africa, Africa, and Asia. Her expertise includes gender-based violence, training, stakeholder management, and institutional capacity building. Clare presently conducts research on the intersection of rule of law and gender-based violence to identify successful interventions using a survivor-centric approach. She has completed extended assignments in Morocco, Afghanistan, Nigeria, Liberia, Egypt, and Ethiopia. Clare holds a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws from Tulane University School of Law with a focus in international human rights and criminal law. She is a member in good standing of the District of Columbia Bar Association and an adjunct lecturer in the political science department at Tulane University.


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