Mathew Caldwell is originally from Las Vegas, Nevada and holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Boston College. Mathew completed his Master of Science in Foreign Service at Georgetown University, where he focused on international security and human rights.
Prior to being awarded the William V. O’Brien Research Fellowship on International Law and Ethics at Georgetown, he spent three years in Bogota, Colombia working with Tetra Tech International Development (a USAID contractor), the Government of Colombia, and a number of local non-governmental organizations on various projects vis-à-vis conflict management, human rights and sustainable social and economic development.
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