Shenandoah Cornish

Cofounder & Codirector, Museo Minca

Shenandoah Cornish, F23, is a Colombia-based political ethnologist who focuses on nested identities, social dynamics of transitional justice, and the role of cultural diplomacy in transitional justice processes. She has extensive international fieldwork experience across three continents, with a focus on ethics, local ownership, and trauma-informed methodologies. Her areas of subject matter and technical expertise include transitional justice, international law, security sector reform, human security, humanitarian response, DME, sustainable development, and reconstruction.

Shenandoah holds a Bachelor’s degree in International / Global Studies and Anthropology from Washington and Lee University and a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts.