Ms. Ashley McIlvain Moran is an Associate at the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law. She oversees the Center's Climate Change and African Political Stability program, and leads the democratic governance research team under the program. She previously served as parliamentary advisor in the Republic of Georgia for the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), ran democratic reform programs and trainings in Azerbaijan and Iraq for NDI, and designed rule of law programs in Kyrgyzstan for the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Her previous policy work includes various political and legislative posts in the United States. She holds an MA in international law and development economics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Climate Change Adaptation in Nigeria: Key Considerations for Decision Makers, Strauss Center, 2011
Using the Parliamentary Record in Communications, NDI Georgia, 2008
Election Law for Partisan Observers, NDI Georgia, 2008
Permanent Campaign Cycle: Voter Input, Message and Outreach, NDI Azerbaijan, 2007
Best Practices in Political Debate and Negotiation, Council of Europe School of Political Studies in Azerbaijan, 2006
Concept Paper for the Kyrgyz Republic: Police Reform Strategy, OSCE Kyrgyzstan, 2004
Making the Transition to Democratic Policing: The Next Phase of OSCE Assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic (with Ambassador Markus Müller), OSCE Yearbook, University of Hamburg Press, 2004