1985, BA, Seattle Pacific University, US; 1988, JD and 1994, LLM, University of Washington. Over 20 years' experience in global poverty and social justice; with World Bank, UN Food and Agricultural Organization, Asian Development Bank and USAID; has led workshops with government leaders, NGOs and scholars on land property rights, food security and rule of law; since 2004, current positions. Member: Clinton Global Initiative; World Economic Forum community; Bretton Woods Committee; Global Washington Policy Panel. Author of books including: One Billion Rising: Land, Law and the Alleviation of Global Poverty (2009). Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize and World Food Prize.