Nathan Stock

Nathan Stock joined The Carter Center in 2008 as an assistant director for conflict resolution. He designs and manages programming targeting the Fatah-Hamas conflict, while monitoring other conflicts in the Middle East.

Before coming to the Center, Mr. Stock spent two years implementing a civil society strengthening program in Afghanistan, where he led the effort to establish a sustainable network of local NGOs capable of providing capacity building assistance to grassroots civil society organizations throughout the country.  He spent two years in the Gaza Strip, working with a Palestinian NGO to fundraise and design conflict resolution programs targeting the Palestinian community. He has also taught English in Palestine and China.

Mr. Stock holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Colgate University and a master’s degree in international peace and conflict resolution from American University’s School of International Service. He speaks varying degrees of Mandarin, Spanish, Arabic, and Dari.

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