Jennifer Otterson Mollick is policy and research analyst, U.S. Global Engagement program (USGE) and program coordinator for Carnegie New Leaders (CNL) at Carnegie Council.
She comes to the Council from Columbia University where she received her Master of International Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), concentrating in international security policy. As an East Central European regional specialist, Mollick was awarded a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship from the Department of Education to study Hungarian.
Mollick previously worked in the external relations department of EcoHealth Alliance, an international organization of scientists dedicated to protecting global health by preventing the outbreak of emerging diseases. Mollick also interned with the United Nations Development Programme in New York and with the Cold War History Research Center in Budapest, Hungary.
From September 2011 to March 2012, Mollick worked at Carnegie Council as a consultant producer on the Council's documentary, "Playing for Power."
Mollick lived in Okinawa, Japan from 1993-2003, and Daegu, South Korea, from 1986-1993. She has also lived and worked in Hungary and the Czech Republic.
Mollick graduated magna cum laude from the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University with a BA in international affairs.
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Last Updated: Sep 13, 2013