Foster cross-cultural understanding between the Western and Arab worlds by linking youth through social media technologies.
Prior to her work with Soliya, Liza Chambers worked as a Program Manager at Conflict Management Group, and as Program Director at the National Conference for Community and Justice, directing dialogue programs at the grassroots and track-two levels. She also previously worked for Seeds of Peace, facilitating dialogue for youth from the Middle East, Cyprus, and the Balkans. She obtained her Master’s degree from the Kennedy School at Harvard University, and is a term member at the Council of Foreign Relations.
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