Ann Fitz-Gerald

Professor of Security Sector Management, Cranfield University

Ann Fitz-Gerald has worked in the financial sector, for the Canadian Government (both in the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre and NATO Headquarters, Brussels) and the North Atlantic Assembly in Brussels. Following the completion of her PhD, she worked for King's College, London University before taking up a post in Cranfield University's Department of Management and Security.

She serves as Course Director for the MSc Security Sector Management programme both in the UK and in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She teaches 'Issues in International Conflict, Security and Development' and 'Strategic Planning for Security and Development'. Based on Ann's academic qualifications and professional experience, she brings both a political science and management science 'lens' to the study of contemporary security challenges.

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