Supervisory Intercultural Competence, Diversity & Inclusion Training SpecialistCompany: Peace Corps
Role: Session Presenter / Webinar Presenter
The Theory and Practice of Code-Shifting: Fostering Equitable Intercultural Communities
Post: The Theory and Practice of Code-Shifting: Fostering Equitable Intercultural Communities
2021 Conference Session: Teaching Coaching in Intercultural Settings: Decentering Dominant US Cultural Norms (S2-D)
Emily Clawson holds an MDiv from Harvard Divinity School, a BA in theology and religious studies and communication studies from University of San Diego, and teaching credentials for multiple subjects from UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences.
Emily has several years of experience creating and facilitating transformative educational programming. Prior to joining OPATS Peace Corps, Training Division of the Office of Overseas Programming and Training Support (OPATS), she served as Interreligious coordinator and then assistant director for Outreach at Georgetown University Law Center in the Office of Campus Ministry. She also taught a course on civic leadership and community transformation through Northwestern University’s Civic Education Project.
Emily served on the Conflict Transformation team at the Henry Martyn Institute: International Centre for Research, Interfaith Relations, and Reconciliation in Hyderabad, India, upon being awarded a 2011 Greeley International Grant for the Promotion of Inter-religious Understanding, Peace, and Social Justice.