Diane D’Souza comes to this position with nearly twenty years of work in the area of mission including as a faculty member and director of an international center for research, interfaith relations, and reconciliation in Hyderabad, India. She is the founder and CEO of SWAT Assist, an organization that provides advocacy, intervention, and personal management assistance for elder clients, and is an adjunct professor at Suffolk University, where she is scholar in residence at the Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights. She holds a doctor of philosophy degree from Vrije Universitat, Amsterdam, Netherlands, as well as degrees from McGill University in Montreal, and is the author of multiple publications.

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