Chelsea Ullman

Co-Lead for Learning and External Engagement, Global Women's Institute

Chelsea Ullman is a Research Scientist at the Global Women’s Institute (GWI) at the George Washington University, which she joined 10 years ago at its founding. Over that time, Dr. Ullman has contributed to the strategic growth of GWI by leading and participating in research on violence against women and girls globally, developing key policy initiatives, and communications & outreach programmes. Dr. Ullman is currently leading an evaluation of the SASA! Together programme in eight countries and is leading a systematic review of reviews on interventions to prevent VAWG to update the RESPECT Framework for the WHO. Dr. Ullman was also a member of the research team on the Empowered Aid project, using participatory research approaches to investigate sexual exploitation and abuse (SEAH) by humanitarian actors in Lebanon and Uganda. Dr. Ullman holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Public Administration, focused in Gender and Social Policy, from George Washington University.