Professor & Director of the Political Science Institute at Université Saint Joseph, Beirut
Carole Alsharabati is the Director of the Political Science Institute at Université Saint Joseph in Beirut where she also teaches statistics, game theory, macroeconomics, political economy, conflict resolution, negotiation, and political communication. Her current research centers on refugees and migration.
Carole provides consulting on security reform, focusing on quantitative analysis and process automation. In 2014, Carole participated in the creation and launching of an anti-Corruption whistleblowing NGO (Sakker El Dekkene). Carole has further consulted for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems and the Lebanese Ministry of Interior on electoral reform.
She is a founding partner of CME Offshore sal, a software outsourcing company with 150 employees in Lebanon and over 200 worldwide. She has co-authored a publication on “Power Transitions: Strategies for the 21st Century”. Carole holds a PH.D. in Political science from Claremont Graduate University with emphasis on international relations and quantitative methodology. She is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.