Albert Trithart joined IPI in November 2015 as the Assistant Editor. As current Editor, he is involved with editing and producing IPI books, policy reports, issues briefs, and research...
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Albert Trithart joined IPI in November 2015 as the Assistant Editor. As current Editor, he is involved with editing and producing IPI books, policy reports, issues briefs, and research publications.
Before joining IPI, Albert was a program officer at Conflict Dynamics International (CDI), where he conducted research and engagement related to governance and peacebuilding in Sudan. Prior to this, he was a program coordinator at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), where he supported work on election management in sub-Saharan Africa, including in Liberia and Kenya. Albert has also worked as a senior web editor for the Fletcher Forum of World Affairs.
Albert received a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University in 2013, where he focused on international negotiation and conflict resolution, and democracy and governance. He received a Bachelor’s in world politics and classical languages from Hamilton College in 2008.
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