Brooke Stearns Lawson PhD

Senior Conflict, Governance and Crime Advisor, USAID Research, policy and programming expert on anti-corruption, transnational organized crime, conflict and critical minerals, and private sector engagement

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Brooke Stearns Lawson is a Senior Conflict, Governance, and Crime Advisor with USAID’s Africa Bureau (USAID/AFR), who provides technical assistance, program management, and policy guidance on a wide range of conflict and governance issues. Brooke currently serves as the Transnational Organized Crime lead on USAID's Anti-Corruption Task Force. Her work has focused on transnational organized crime, natural resource management (particularly minerals), non-state armed groups, conflict and peace building, political economy analysis (PEA), and private sector engagement.


Categories Covered

criminal governance


North America