Tina Robiolle Moul, France and Iran

Why I chose Fletcher:
My experience in peacebuilding has reinforced my determination to pursue a scholar-practitioner career in conflict resolution. I chose Fletcher because I believe this school is a perfect fit for me thanks to the amazing hands-on experience of its faculty, the cross-disciplinary approach to the curriculum, and the power of Fletcher’s alumni network. At Fletcher, I am building a solid theoretical background and specific technical skills that will improve my practice in the field.

How I plan to use my experience at Fletcher to make a difference in the world:
As a consultant for the Burundi Leadership Training Program and the WWICS, I have facilitated peacebuilding programs for government officials, UN military observers, ex-combatants, leaders of political parties, and High Command of the Army and the Police. My last project to date is a conflict resolution curriculum for the Ministry of Education of Burundi targeting secondary schools. At Fletcher, I am working on a thesis on the role of peace education in conflict prevention. I have the great privilege to work with Professor Babbitt and Professor Johnstone, and I hope that the findings of this research will raise donors’ interests in formal peace education programs in fragile and conflict-affected states.

Favorite Newspaper:

Courrier International

Favorite Food:

My mother's ghormeh sabzi (a Persian herb stew)

Favorite Landmark:

Persepolis (Iran)

Most Rewarding Trip:

My first trip to Burundi in 2004

Global Problem That Brought You to Fletcher:

The challenge of building peace after a civil war

Fields of Study

  • Human Security
  • International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

Activities involved in at Fletcher

  • The World Peace Foundation
  • Global Women
  • International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Club
  • Admissions Volunteer

Education before Fletcher

  • MBA, ESSEC Graduate School of Management

Experience before Fletcher

  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Consultant – Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Afghan Women Leaders Program, Program Manager , Afghanistan and France
  • ESSEC, Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), Sorbonne University, Visiting Lecturer teaching Negotiation - France

Languages

  • French
  • Persian
  • English