Faye Leone is a researcher, writer and collector of essential information on what is happening in and around the UN in New York. Faye is a content editor for the knowledge management project of IISD’s New York-based Reporting Services. Faye’s most recent work experience was with the World Federalist Movement - Institute for Global Policy, where she managed two popular websites and published updates on UN elections and appointments, as well as reform in such areas as gender architecture, environmental governance, and expanding the Security Council.
From 2000-2004, she worked for EarthRights International in Thailand, developing and managing a conflict transformation program, providing staff training on conflict transformation and consensus decision-making, conducting field interviews and reporting on Burmese conflict resolution traditions, and creating a year-long curriculum for young community leaders.
Faye has also worked for the United Nations Development Programme, Oxfam International, and Refugees International.
- Master – International Affairs (2006): School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.
- Bachelor of Arts – Sociology and Anthropology (1999): Middlebury College.
- Burmese (intermediate)