Joan Marshall-Missiye is the Senior Manager of Program, Learning, and Impact supporting the Peacebuilding portfolio’s learning approaches and practices.
Prior to HU, Joan provided organizational direction in building monitoring, evaluation, and learning structures and approaches based on gender justice and anti-racist/decolonized framework at American Friends Service Committee. Joan collaborated with AFSC colleagues and partners across various countries and contexts to improve ways they can measure and tell stories of results and impact of peacebuilding and social justice using decolonized and inclusive approaches.
Joan has previously worked and lived in DR Congo, Togo, and Burkina Faso supporting communities to address public health and livelihood issues. A native of the Cordillera Autonomous Region (northern Philippines), Joan is a proud indigenous Igorot and continues to explore the issues of identity, gender, grassroots leadership, decolonization, and intergenerational trauma healing.
Joan holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from The College of New Jersey and master’s degree in Social and Public Policy from Duquesne University.