Charlyn Belluzzo, MBA, Ph.D. "is a managing partner at Corso Partners, LLC. Over the last decade, Dr. Belluzzo has made significant contributions in areas of global health, research, and adult education.
"As a scientist, her approach to research and education is grounded in the belief that adult learning is deeply influenced by an individual's personal history, value system, and psychological stage of development. Using real life situations and critical reflection as key components of adult learning, Belluzzo facilitates powerful learning experiences, changing the learner in fundamental ways.
"Most recently, Belluzzo is applying these research, evaluation and education theories in an international refugee setting. As a director of FilmAid International, a refugee project based at Columbia University's Center for Global Health and Economic Development, in association with the UNHCR, Belluzzo and her team use the power of film to promote health, strengthen communities and enrich the lives of the world's vulnerable and uprooted.
"In both Kenya and Tanzania, Belluzzo advises, facilitates and evaluates refugee programs targeting conflict resolution; understanding the roots of conflict, strategies for reconciliation, peaceful co-existence and providing examples of peaceful leadership.
"Belluzzo additionally conducts conflict resolution training for the Office of Human Resources Management at the United Nations.
"Belluzzo earned graduate degrees and post-graduate training from the University of Colorado, LaSalle University, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
"She is a member of the United Nations Association, United Nations Business Association, Church World Service Program Committee, American College of Nutrition, American College of Healthcare Executives, Association of Clinical Research Professionals, and attendee of the World Economic Forum." 
Resources and articles
- Charlyn Belluzzo, QED Consulting, accessed September 11, 2007.