Megan Madeira is the Development/Executive Associate at the Center for Civilians in Conflict. Prior to joining CIVC, she was a Princeton in Africa Fellow at Resonate, a women’s empowerment social enterprise in Rwanda. Her previous experiences include work at Chemonics International and internships at the U.S. Department of State and United to End Genocide. She also worked at a local peacebuilding NGO in Kenya and led an Alternative Break program to Rwanda for university students to study gender in a post-conflict context. Megan holds a BA in International Studies with a concentration in Peace, Global Security, and Conflict Resolution from American University.