Carmen Iezzi Mezzera

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Carmen Mezzera has been executive director of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs since January 2014. Previously, she served as director of programs and operations at the Bretton Woods Committee; executive director of the Fair Trade Federation; assistant director for education and outreach at the Atlantic Council of the United States; and director of Alumni Relations for the School of International Service at American University.

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Opinion: 4 ways to bring human rights into development work
1 Nov 2018

Incorporating human rights into development work is no easy task. To successfully navigate today’s changing industry landscape, four traits are critical.

Opinion: 12-month plan to submit a successful grad school app
29 Oct 2016

Thinking about graduate school? The process to find the right school and create the best application can feel intimidating. Carmen Iezzi Mezzera, executive director of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs, lays out a 12-month plan to get you started on the right path in this guest column.

Opinion: 5 questions to ask when choosing a grad program
29 Oct 2016

Discerning which graduate school is right for you can feel like an overwhelming experience. You may seek advice from friends and co-workers, but — at the end of the day — only you can make this important decision. Here are five questions to ask yourself to figure out the right fit for you, according to Carmen Iezzi Mezzera, executive director of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs.