Carolyn Nash is the 2018 Asia Pacific Fellow at Young Professionals in Foreign Policy. She has worked on political and social development projects in Indonesia, East Timor, and Myanmar with organizations including UNESCO, The Asia Foundation, and the International Center for Transitional Justice. She is the co-editor of #YouthWagingPeace, a UNESCO-published youth-led guide on the prevention of violent extremism through education. She currently serves as Director of the Myanmar Center for Civic Leadership. In 2017, Carolyn was a Pacific Delegate with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs on a fact-finding research mission to Indonesia. She is a 2017 alumna of the Coaching Fellowship, an executive coaching program for young women leaders of impact. Carolyn holds a BA in English Literature from Columbia University and an MA in International Development and Economics with a focus on Politics and Governance from John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She speaks proficient Bahasa Indonesia and conversational Burmese.