Ms. Moix served as serves as as an Atrocities Prevention Fellow with USAID’s Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation. As part of USAID’s atrocities prevention team, she has helped to develop new tools and resources, advance learning, support country engagements, and improve the agency’s capacities to prevent and respond to mass atrocities.
Moix brings experience at the national and international levels working to advance a range of peacebuilding and violent conflict prevention issues to the DWAG community. She has worked with the Friends Committee on National Legislation, the American Friends Service Committee, the Quaker United Nations Office, Oxfam America, and the Quaker Peace Centre in South Africa.
Moix received her Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University and is currently pursuing her PhD at George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, where she also serves as Cumbie Fellow with the Genocide Prevention Program.