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When not writing, Jud Nirenberg works at Control Risks, a global consultancy helping organizations manage political, integrity and security risks in complex and hostile environments. He serves as chairperson of the board of Macedonia’s National Roma Center and on the board of directors of the U.N. Association’s Washington, DC chapter. He has managed democratization and human rights projects and worked in more than ten countries, including Afghanistan, Libya, Bosnia, the Czech Republic, Kenya, France and the United States. He has been CEO of Europe’s largest Romani (Gypsy) political organization, the European Roma and Travellers Forum, overseen grant-making and training for Romani rights activists at George Soros’ Open Society Institute and been associate director of the US Association for UNHCR. He has been a guest lecturer at the State Department’s Foreign Service Institute, an advisor to US Army Airborne and Director of Government Relations at the Jane Goodall Institute. He has also been an interpreter for clients such as the FBI, Department of Justice and DEA.
See an interview about his latest book here.
Please come back from time to time and see what’s new with his writing. This is a good place to see what new publications are out and how adroitly he promotes himself in the third person.