Andria Wisler serves as Executive Director of the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service at Georgetown University. As Associate Teaching Professor, she is a member of the core faculty of the Program on Justice and Peace (JUPS). Wisler received her PhD in Comparative and International Education and Philosophy from Columbia University and her MA in International Educational Development and Peace Education from Teachers College. Her research and teaching are in the fields of peace education, conflict studies, and international educational development, and her principal interest lies in the transformative potential of educational initiatives in post-conflict societies and for girls living in urban poverty. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Andria began her vocation within education as a school teacher at an independent school, the Cornelia Connelly Center, which serves girls of immigrant families of the Lower East Side, New York City. At Georgetown, Andria participated in the inaugural group of Doyle Fellows, a campus initiative on inclusion and diversity, the Engelhard Initiative, and – in Fall 2010 – Andria was a faculty-in-residence in Georgetown’s Alanya, Turkey, study abroad/community living-and-learning program. Andria co-edited (with Celina Del Felice and Aaron Karako) Peace Education Evaluation (Information Age, 2015), a first of its kind resource of 20 chapters that reviews the trends and challenges in evaluation of peace education, presents case studies of programs around world, and offers ideas for methodological innovations. She is married to Bill Rebeck, Professor of Neuroscience, and is mother to Jackson.