Jared L. Ordway
Jared L. Ordway is a Senior Associate for the International Peacebuilding Advisory Team. He is a peacebuilding professional specializing in applied practices of multi-stakeholder dialogue, social conflict analysis, intercultural communication, and urban violence prevention. Applying participatory methodologies and systems-oriented concepts in the design and management of conflict intervention and peacebuilding initiatives, Jared accompanies and consults for governmental and non-governmental actors across Western Europe, West Africa, and the Americas, delivering services from strategic advising and technical assistance, to direct process facilitation. As a scholar-practitioner, Jared is regularly involved in professional capacity-building and mentoring activities, providing customized learning-modules and interactive workshops to enhance the conflict-engagement and intercultural competencies of leaders, teams, and organizations. His curriculum design and teaching experience with diverse audiences encompasses traditional, informal and virtual learning spaces, and he has held adjunct teaching appointments at The Columbia University of New York, the National University of Costa Rica, American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC, as well as the Graduate Program in Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies at Champlain College in Vermont. Jared’s has a Ph.D. from the University of Bradford (UK) and works professionally in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.