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Kenan Refugee Project Fellow, Kenan Institute for Ethics
Maha Ahmed is a postgraduate fellow at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. She works closely with the Kenan Refugee Project and provides support to the Mastery and SuWA refugee outreach programs. She is an Arizona native and holds a BA in international comparative studies and Arabic from Duke University (T’18).
Moran Anisman-Razin works with the Bass Connections project on the prevention of sexual misconduct on university campuses. Her research focuses on leadership, courage, and gender in organizations. Originally from Israel, Moran holds a BA in psychology and sociology and anthropology from Tel Aviv University, and a PhD in organizational and social psychology from bar Ilan University.
Lamb Postdoctoral Fellow, Kenan Institute for Ethics
Meredith Edelman is a PhD candidate with RegNet, the School of Regulation and Global Governance at the Australian National University. Before beginning her studies, Meredith was a corporate restructuring lawyer in Los Angeles, California.
Mari Jørstad provides support for Facing the Anthropocene, a project under the Ethics and Environmental Policy program area. She is originally from Norway and spent a decade in Canada, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in art & art history and political science and an MA in religion before coming to Duke to work toward a PhD studying the Hebrew Bible.
Instructor and Associate Director of the Arete Initiative, Kenan Institute for Ethics
John Rose assists the Arete Initiative in sponsoring scholarship and learning opportunities focused on recovering and sustaining the virtues in contemporary life, especially in the workplace, university, and public square. His research concerns the tradition of virtue ethics and Christian theology. Originally from Iowa, John holds a BA in religion from Wabash College, an MTS from Duke Divinity School, and a PhD in Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary.