Sharon Roling

Special Projects

Sharon Roling heads up Columbia Institute's special projects. Before joining us, Sharon worked at a boutique consulting firm in New York, taking the lead on developing global advocacy, marketing and research initiatives on a range of socio-economic development projects, mainly across Africa, for non-profit organizations working in partnership with universities, business, and government. Prior to that, she worked at a peace-making think tank in Tel Aviv, focusing on Israeli-Palestinian-Jordanian cross-border cooperation. Along the way, she has worked at the United Nations on the UN Global Conflict Prevention initiative, as well as in academia and journalism with a focus on travel & tourism, conflict/genocide prevention, social entrepreneurship, and regional cooperation. Sharon holds a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a bachelor’s degree in history from UBC. Sharon also works with SHARE, a Canadian leader in responsible investment services, research and education.

 

 

Contact Sharon via email or via telephone at 604.695.2034.

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