Nour Laswi

Nour Laswi

Nour Laswi is a Program Officer  at Columbia Global Centers | Amman. She joined the Center in June 2021, and is responsible for managing fellowship programs including the Fellowship Program on Exiting Violence and the Mellon Fellowship Program. Prior to joining the Center, Nour worked in both the humanitarian field and the private sector in Jordan. She was the Program Coordinator at Generations for Peace, where she managed a project for youth at risk in schools, both Jordanian and Syrian, focusing on improving their interpersonal skills and integration into host communities. She was also the Business Development Manager at an esteemed law firm in Jordan and a trader at the Treasury in the Arab Bank. Nour has experience in research, international development, refugee crisis management, diplomacy, financial services, and project management. 

Nour earned her bachelor's degree in Banking and Finance, with a minor in Economics from the Lebanese American University in 2014. She was awarded the Rhoda Orme Award for her Service and Dedication to Others. Moreover, she earned her master’s degree in International Development, International Business Diplomacy, and Refugee Crisis Management from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Services at Georgetown University in 2019.