Lizza Bomassi

Deputy director
Carnegie Europe
Lizza Bomassi is the deputy director of Carnegie Europe, where she is responsible for harmonizing Carnegie Europe’s strategic and operational priorities and managing relations with Carnegie’s global centers and programs as well as partner organizations in Europe
 

Education

M.Sc., London School of Economics; B.A., Simon Fraser University

Languages

English; French

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Lizza Bomassi is the deputy director of Carnegie Europe, where she is responsible for harmonizing Carnegie Europe’s strategic and operational priorities and managing relations with Carnegie’s global centers and programs as well as partner organizations in Europe. She has a background in communications and development studies.

Previously, Lizza worked for the EastWest Institute’s International Task Force on Preventive Diplomacy, a group of leading decisionmakers working to make conflict prevention a reality. During her time there she helped establish the Parliamentarians Network for Conflict Prevention and the Global Conference on Preventive Action. Prior to this, Lizza worked for Save the Children in Pakistan and Afghanistan on emergency relief and humanitarian assistance programs for Afghan refugees in Pakistan and internally displaced people in Afghanistan. She has also spent time working in the private sector in France.

Lizza has written on a range of topics, including Asia, migration, and the impact of demographic shifts on violent conflict.

  • India-EU
    Other Publications FPRC Journal January 25, 2013
    Europe and India: Not So Different After All

    India and Europe are not so different. Both have had to rethink their place in the world, which has forced them to re-examine their relationships with global players.

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  • An Unexpected Inspiration
    Op-Ed European Voice November 9, 2011
    An Unexpected Inspiration

    Sources of inspiration are becoming increasingly difficult to come by in Europe’s current age of austerity, but there are some things that Europe can learn from Taiwan.

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