Nili Sarit Yossinger
Project Manager; Research Associate
Nili Sarit Yossinger is a Research Project Manager at the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and the Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) at Georgetown University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Loyola University Chicago and a Master of German and European Studies from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, along with a Certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies from ISIM. She previously worked with the United Nations Refugee Agency, Human Rights First, and the Capital Area Food Bank of Washington DC. Nili’s current research focuses on complex humanitarian emergencies, with an emphasis on food security, environmental degradation, and forced migration in the Horn of Africa and the Persian Gulf regions.
- "Environmental Resource Management in Refugee Camps and Surrounding Areas: Lessons Learned and Best Practices," report co-written with Susan F. Martin, Douglas A. Howard, Lahra Smith, Lara Kinne and Mark Giordano (Summer 2017).
- "Measuring the Potential for Mass Displacement in Menacing Contexts," co-written with Jeff Collmann, Lara Kinne, Susan Martin and others in Journal of Refugee Studies, Volume 29 Issue 3 (September 2016).