Assistant Professor; Program Coordinator, Joint MPA/International Education Management
Anne Campbell’s work is situated at the crossroads of international education and international development. The inspiration for this pathway came from her Master’s studies in critical theory and cultural studies at the University of Nottingham (UK). Despite a delayed start to her courses due to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, Campbell—and her perspective on the world—changed dramatically thanks to the courses she took, the authors she read, and the friends she made. When she returned to the United States in 2002, she committed her career to advancing opportunities for students to pursue international higher education.
Before coming to MIIS, Campbell has previously worked and consulted with multiple organizations in areas of international development, international student exchange, humanitarian aid, and education development research. For seven years she managed undergraduate scholarships at the Open Society Foundations in New York, where she spearheaded programs to translate student learning into community development. Campbell also worked for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders in Haiti following the 2011 earthquake, as a team leader for a large-scale evaluation on youth vocational learning in Tanzania, and has worked in youth policy for the State of Iowa and as a White House intern.
Eiad Alhamed, MBA/IPD