Eva Lanot - Institute for Security Governance
Faculty, Peace & Security Division
Ms. Eva Lanot serves on the Conflict, Prevention and Recovery (CPR) functional area team in support of the Peace and Security (P&S) Division at the Institute for Security Governance (ISG). In this role, Ms. Lanot runs interactive, cross-sectoral courses centered on forced displacement, irregular migration, and interagency collaboration. In addition, she routinely appears as a guest lecturer in ISG courses delivered under Civil-Military Relations (CMR) and Emergency Management and Disaster Response (EM) functional area banners.
Prior to ISG, Ms. Lanot was a Program Coordinator and the Business Manager for the Prevention, Relief and Recovery (PR&R) program at the Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR). In this capacity, she facilitated program operations and contributed to course development in the conflict recovery domain.
In former roles, Ms. Lanot served for eight years as a humanitarian assistance and protection professional with non-profit organizations and the United Nations. It was during those years that she developed expertise in global health and competency-based training as well as served in leadership positions for international protracted relief and recovery operations.
Ms. Lanot holds a BA in Geography from the University of Oregon and an MA in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute for International Studies (MIIS) in Monterey, both emphasizing human security. Ms. Lanot lives in California surrounded by friends and family, including her husband and child.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Irregular Migration
- Interagency Coordination
- Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Response
- Civil-Military Relations
- UN Operational Support Activities