Michelle Gentry is the Associate Director of the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University. In this position she manages the center’s grants, directs the overseas seminars program, and is responsible for all other operations and financial management. Michelle holds an M.S. in foreign service from the Walsh School at Georgetown University, a certificate in refugees and humanitarian emergencies from the Institute for the Study of International Migration, and a B.Phil. in international conflict resolution with a focus on mediation from the University of Pittsburgh. She has worked at CRDC since 2013.