Coherence for Humanitarian Relief and Development

       Project Team

A Multi-disciplinary Team of Researchers In Organizational and International Development, Data Science, and Technology Design
Dr. Carleen Maitland

Associate Professor of Information Sciences and Technology

Dr. Carleen Maitland, has studied inter-organizational collaboration in relief/development for over 15 years, often together with NetHope and UNHCR.She is an experienced forced migration researcher, conducting field work in Jordan, Uganda, Rwanda and, in the near future, Ecuador. She is seen as a trusted partner of UNCHR and I/NGOs. 


       

Nasim Motalebi

PhD Candidate in Information Sciences and Technology

Nasim is a human-computer interaction (HCI) and design researcher. Her versatility contributes to addressing complex problems in addressing inter-organizational coordination practices and technology use. Nasim’s expertise will help in understanding the needs and finding sustainable solutions in multi-stakeholder situations. 



       

Dr. Lisa Singh

Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University

Dr. Carleen Maitland, has studied inter-organizational collaboration in relief/development for over 15 years, often together with NetHope and UNHCR.She is an experienced forced migration researcher, conducting field work in Jordan, Uganda, Rwanda and, in the near future, Ecuador. She is seen as a trusted partner of UNCHR and I/NGOs. 


  

Dr. Revi Sterling

Director of USAID’s Women Connect

Dr. Sterling, is an expert in international development and gender analyses, is a consultant serving as director of USAID’s Women Connect program. Dr. Sterling contributes to gender analysis and has extensive connections and insights into the international development community. Her research on gender and IT frequently confronts sensitive issues, relating to family dynamics and sexual assault.