Pauline H. Baker
Fund for Peace
Degree, Douglass College, Rutgers University; 1970, Doctorate (with distinction), UCLA. Political Scientist. Formerly: 11 years' experience in Nigeria; Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship to conduct research in Southern Africa; Professional Staff Member, US Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Staff Director, African Affairs Subcommittee; Deputy Director, Congressional Program, Aspen Institute; Research Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute; Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; President, The Fund for Peace; Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Professorial Lecturer, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Specialist in countries in political transition, particularly weak and failing states. Author of over 100 books, monographs and articles.