Patricia DeGennaro

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Patricia DeGennaro
Occupation Professor and international security consultant

Patricia "Tricia" DeGennaro is an adjunct professor at New York University's Department of Politics and a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute.[1]


DeGennaro holds an MPA in International Security and Conflict Resolution, from Harvard University, and an MBA in International Trade and Finance, from George Washington University.[2]


DeGennaro has been a regular columnist for the Huffington Post [3] and an expert source for CNN, CNN International, BBC News, Al Jazeera,[4] PBS’s Worldfocus,[5] PressTv’s Hearts & Minds, Laura Flanders,[6] Lorna Owens,[7] and NPR’s Leonard Lopate.

She specializes in the Middle East, the Balkans, Afghanistan, and South Asia. She speaks Albanian, Arabic, Dari, and Italian.[1]