Jocelyn joined IWHC as a program officer for grantmaking and international partnerships in April 2016. Previously, Jocelyn was a senior program officer at American Jewish World Service – Los Angeles. She has over a decade of nonprofit experience in program design and management, leadership development, political organizing and advocacy, and monitoring and evaluation. She has worked for both faith-based and secular organizations focused on global justice, human rights, international development, peacebuilding, and humanitarian aid in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Sri Lanka, India, and Uganda.
Jocelyn holds a BA in politics, sociology, and peace and conflict studies from Brandeis University, and studied rights-based development, post-conflict peacebuilding, and human security at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. An avowed feminist, she is thrilled to enter the world of international grantmaking with IWHC.