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Jacleen Mowery

Jacleen Mowery

Director of Leadership Programs

Washington Ireland Program

Washington, DC

Organizational leader solving complex prob lems through innovative and creative strategies.


International Center for Nonviolent Conflict

Associate Director, Global Collaboration

Manage the planning and operations of the Center's two major institutes, the Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict, and the James Lawson Institute.

Manage the ICNC internship program including recruiting candidates and training new interns.

Direct the ICNC's activities in digital communication, web site redevelopment and maintenance, and the planning and deployment of global digital networks of affiliated and interested activist-organizers, educators, journalists, and policy actors.

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Northeastern University

Assistant Site Director - Dublin

Created program guidelines for tracking international service learning hours for each student. Developed protocols and procedures for students in regards to their service learning placements. Conduct site visits to evaluate various placements. Developed student evaluations to analyze the success of service learning group projects and overall placement.

Developed 16-week lesson plan for first-year students focusing on their first semester in college and their international experience. Lesson plan topics included transitioning to college, cultural adjustment, cross cultural communication, service learning, power and privilege, global citizenship, and re-entry.

Implemented staff training wiki, documenting policies and procedures for on-site staff. Oversaw the editing and distribution of bi-weekly newsletter, managed in WordPress. Mentored professional staff member on creating a social media strategy to effectively engage student population on-site.

Served as on-site leadership for 113 first year students studying in Dublin, Ireland. Advised students on issues surrounding their international service learning placements, housing concerns, academic culture in Ireland, and transition to Northeastern University in January.

Served as direct supervisor to two professional staff members. Trained staff members on various areas of the job, as well as serve as support for issues that arise. Troubleshot during on-call emergencies. Conducted goal setting and evaluations throughout the semester.


Office for Study Abroad, GW

Exchange Coordinator

Increased program enrollment of international exchange program by 17% in one academic year. Established streamlined registration process for exchange students in collaboration with the Registrar’s Office. Reviewed potential exchange partnerships to determine the need for the opportunity.

Addressed and analyzed problems related to the exchange program. Initiated meetings with various departments on campus to try and resolve problems before they arise. Participated on university-wide committees to enhance international student success.

Served as on-site coordinator for over 150 exchange students at The George Washington University. Advised on academics, social integration, internships, and immigration status within the U.S. Prepared and distributed pre-arrival information through various online formats.

Overhauled weeklong orientation program for international exchange students. Recruited, interviewed, trained and managed volunteer student orientation leaders. Established standardized sessions for students regarding academic success and transition to the college culture within the U.S.

Created cohesive marketing materials for outbound exchange study abroad programs to align with the overall Office for Study Abroad marketing materials. Wrote and edited website content for both inbound and outbound exchanges. Developed inbound marketing materials for distribution to international partners.

Collaborated with various senior officials in both academic and student support offices to coordinate the admissions and orientation process for incoming exchange students. Troubleshot programmatic issues with various university officials.

Served as direct supervisor, overseeing the hiring and training process, for Program Assistant and Exchange Intern. Assigned tasks, monitored and evaluated performance of both positions.

Career medium 03
Career medium 05

Office for Study Abroad

Project Manager

Led the implementation of StudioAbroad, a software that will become their website, database, and online application system, throughout the university. Facilitated the transition of 15 offices from paper processes to online processing. Created standard application process for students traveling under university's travel policy.


United States Institute of Peace

Research Assistant, Security Sector Governance

Research current trends affecting Maritime Security Sector Reform and obstacles to Security Sector Reform, including Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration; corruption; and police reform.

Career medium 06
Career medium 06

Amnesty International USA

Crisis Prevention and Response Intern

Supervised weekly blog, Human Rights Flash Points, editing content and publishing information using Wordpress software. Developed website regarding Amnesty International USA’s work with geospatial technologies and preventing human rights abuses. Provided analysis on potential countries in crisis, specifically Sri Lanka and Pakistan over their growing IDP populations.


Common Core

Research Assistant

Researched international standards on content, curriculum, and testing to compare to the United States standards in K-12 education. Wrote and edited grant proposals on Common Core’s research agenda for prospective funders.

Career medium 01
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Terra Dotta, LLC

Marketing and Support Administrator

Prepared marketing and training materials for mass distribution to higher education officials. Planned Terra Dotta’s annual users conference, coordinating the hotel arrangements, registration, and session proposals. Researched and presented new opportunities for expansion and growth of company.


University of Pennsylvania

Admissions Coordinator

Headed content and development project for implementation of new website. Converted paper application to web-based application while training university officials on the administrative aspects of new software. Supervised four student workers on daily office protocol.

Career medium 06

The George Washington University

MPP, U.S. Foreign Policy and Conflict Resolution

Temple University

Bachelors of Arts, History