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Danice Brown Guzmán
Danice Brown Guzmán works as a research associate within the Pulte Institute for Global Development's Evidence and Learning Division. Her research interests include food security in the Middle East and complex network analysis.
Prior to joining the Pulte Institute, Guzmán worked on the monitoring and evaluation team for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in Amman, Jordan. While at the UNRWA, she designed an impact evaluation for a vocational training program, as well as a needs assessment for the Syria Response. She also previously worked as a project manager for Refugee Family Services in Atlanta, Georgia, where she designed monitoring and evaluation structures for youth development projects. Additionally, Guzmán is an alumna of the Peace Corps and served as a volunteer in Morocco, where she designed and implemented projects related to youth and community development.
Guzmán holds a master's in public policy and a certificate in international development, both from the Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy. Additionally, she holds a bachelor's in anthropology from the University of Notre Dame.