Kristina Eberbach is the director of ISHR's human rights education programs, which include the Human Rights Studies M.A. program, an undergraduate human rights major and concentration, and a human rights summer certificate. She developed and teaches an introductory human rights summer workshop and has lectured on topics including transitional justice, human rights education, international humanitarian law, and women's rights. Prior to assuming her current role, she was program coordinator for ISHR's human rights capacity-building program. In addition to her work at ISHR, Ms. Eberbach specializes in human rights capacity-building and education in situations of conflict and transition. She has designed and facilitated human rights capacity-building trainings for members of civil society and government officials in Iraq and Colombia. Ms. Eberbach has also undertaken research, reporting, advocacy, and project management work with the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda in The Hague, International Crisis Group in Kenya, the Institute for Research and Debate on Governance in South Africa, and Charity for Peace Foundation in Northern Uganda. Ms. Eberbach holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.