- B.A. (Bates College)
- M.A. (George Washington University)
Areas of Study
- Conflict Transformation
- Experiential Education
- Intercultural Communication
Phoebe Milliken is the Faculty Associate in International Peacebuilding and the Director of the International Peacemaking Program. Milliken’s background is in experiential education and peacebuilding. She spent approximately four years living in Southern Africa. She studied in South Africa and Zimbabwe, worked for a literacy program in Zimbabwe, and then directed Augsburg College’s study abroad program in Namibia. From 2009-2015, she was Program Manager for Plowshares Institute, a small non-profit in Connecticut that led travel seminars to the Global South and taught conflict transformation skills internationally. During that time she gained an appreciation for the many sorts of skills that contribute to building peace.
Since 2015, she has led Hartford Seminary’s International Peacemaking Program, creating a skill-building co-curriculum to augment students’ academic learning. Phoebe holds a master’s degree in International Education from George Washington University. She lives in Canton with her husband and two lively children.