A feminist U.S. foreign policy advances security in the true meaning of the word
Tenzin Dolker works at the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) as the Resourcing Feminist Movements Coordinator. Previously, she worked in Kosovo with the U.N. Agency for Migration on returns, reintegration and social inclusion, as well as other international and local feminist organizations.
While with the Ford Foundation in New York City, Tenzin was an analyst for the rights and governance unit where she helped manage a $55 million grantmaking strategy to internationalize the human rights movement. In Washington, DC, Tenzin worked at Machik, a leading grassroots NGO supporting education and policy innovation in rural and nomadic areas of Tibet.
Tenzin received a master’s degree in East Asian History from Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from Lake Forest College.