Phone: (574) 631-0075
Areas of Expertise: Northern Triangle; Effective States & Governance; Gang Violence & Drugs; Local Capacity Building; Migration; Poverty
Tom Hare is a senior researcher within the Pulte Institute's Innovation and Practice Division. In this role, he develops, implements, and evaluates international development programs. Hare's research primarily examines rule of law and human rights programs in Central America. His experience in design, implementation, and evaluation of international development programs includes work funded by the Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, United Nations, and private donors.
Hare is the author of Zonas Peligrosas: The Challenge of Creating Safe Neighborhoods in Central America (Fordham University Press), which was released in 2018. Additionally, he has conducted programs and research fieldwork in Spain, Lithuania, Bosnia, South Africa, Uganda, and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
Hare holds a Ph.D. in public policy analysis from Saint Louis University, as well as a dual master's in development management and policy from Georgetown University and the Universidad Nacional de San Martín in Argentina.