CDNR Fellow

Alice Bosley, CDNR Fellow

Visiting Fellow, Center for Development and Natural Resources

Alice Bosley is a Fellow at the Center for Development and Natural Resources at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani. Since 2014, she has worked as an Innovation Specialist in UNHCR Innovation, a recently established unit in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), that seeks to find more efficient, effective, and creative solutions to the challenges refugees are facing worldwide. Ms. Bosley coordinated UNHCR’s Innovation Fellowship, UNHCR Ideas – an idea management platform – and other projects that brought new types of products and thinking into the humanitarian space. Before starting at UNHCR Innovation, Bosley helped manage external partnerships for AUIS. She recently worked for two months as an Entrepreneur Mentor in Kigali, Rwanda for the African Entrepreneur Initiative.

Ms. Bosley graduated from Stanford’s International Relations program in 2011, and began her Masters in International Affairs at Columbia University in 2015-2016.