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Jessica Raper

Jessica Raper is the Special Assistant for Policy Planning to the President of Georgetown University, as well as an affiliated faculty member of the MA in Conflict Resolution program. She is spearheading the efforts of Georgetown faculty, students, and other partners working together in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Previously, Raper was an attorney in private practice, with specialty areas including international and complex business litigation, and a staff attorney at NASD Dispute Resolution, Inc. She received her JD/MA in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University School of Law and her AB in Political Science from Duke University. Raper has published on dispute resolution processes in Rwanda. She participated in the November 2007 presentation of the Berkley Center's report, “Faith Communities Engage the HIV/AIDS Crisis.”