Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Global Economic Governance Initiative
- PhD Candidate, Political Science, Syracuse University
PGDip, Diplomatic Studies, Oxford University
M.A., Politics, New York University
M.Sc., Government (International Relations), University of the West Indies, Mona
B.Sc., International Relations and Political Science, University of the West Indies, Mona
Farrah Brown a Global Economic Governance Post-doctoral Fellow and is completing a PhD in Political Science at Syracuse University. She also leads the curriculum for the Vulnerable 20 Group (V20) Climate Prosperity Fellowship, a collaboration with the V20 and Centre for Sustainable Finance at SOAS, University of London.
Her research is animated by questions at the intersection of foreign policy and development that concern global governance, diplomacy international political economy, international organizations, climate change and development finance. Previously she worked for 12 years as a Foreign Service Officer for the Government of Jamaica.