Pamela Day Pelletreau

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Dr. Pamela Day Pelletreau "earned her BA from Smith College, her MA from Columbia University and her Ph.D. in Political Science from The George Washington University. Pelletreau currently serves as a scholar in residence and adjunct faculty at the School of International Service at the American University. Pelletreau also served as an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the American University in Cairo, a guest lecturer at the University of Tunis, a visiting scholar at the African Studies Program in the School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University, and an assistant lecturer in the Institute of African Studies at the University of Ife, Ibadan Nigeria. Pelletreau served as a special government employee at the Center for Democracy and Governance, Global Bureau, USAID, and also worked as a social scientist for USAID, Cairo from 1992 to 1993. From 1989 to 1991, Pelletreau served as a research and evaluation officer at USAID, in Tunis. In 1988, Pelletreau worked as a consultant to the Regional Office for Housing and Urban Development (RHUDO) USAID in Tunis. Prior to that, Pelletreau served as a consultant and Deputy Director for the Family Liasion Office at the Department of State, and an educational program specialist in the Office of Management at the National Institute of Education. In the private sector, Pelletreau served as a delegate to the National Democratic Institute Observer Delegation for Yemen Parliamentary elections, a program officer for the African American Institute and an administrative assistant in the African Studies Center at UCLA." [1]

She is married to Robert H. Pelletreau. [2]

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  1. Scholars-In-Residence, Center for Global Peace, accessed July 28, 2007.
  2. Andrew I. Killgore, "Ambassador Robert H. Pelletreau, Jr.", Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, January 1989, Page 12.