Carlos Moreno Jaimes, PhD (Coordinator)
PhD in Public Policy from the Univeristy of Texas at Austin. Guest researcher at the Center for US-Mexican Studies of the University of California, San Diego. Author of the books "Electoral democracy and governing quality: The performance of municipal governments in Mexico" (2007) and "Popular insurance and federalism: A public policy analysis." He has worked as an advisor for the World Bank, for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), as well as for dfferent public institutions in Mexico, including the National Council for Social Development Policy Evaluation (CONEVAL, in its initials in Spanish).
Betty Blythe, PhD
(University of Washington). Professor at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Her lines of research include family reunification, involuntary clients, and practice evaluation.
Westy Egmont, PhD
(Andover Newton Theological School, Massachusetts). Teaching researcher at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. His lines of research include immigration, immigration integration, refugee resettlement, migration, human trafficking.
Alberto Godenzi, PhD
(University of Zurich). Dean and professor of the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. His lines of research include interpersonal violence, international social work, peace and conflict studies, gender and society, strategic planning.
William Keaney, PhD
(Brandeis University, Boston). Associate Professor of Macro Practice. His lines of research include administration, advocacy, child welfare, violence & trauma.
Maryanne Loughry, PhD
(Flinders University of South Australia). Teaching Researcher at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Her lines of research include immigration, refugees and asylum seekers, humanitarian aid, psychosocial interventions.
James Lubben, PhD
(University of California, Berkeley). Coordinator of the International Doctorate in Social Welfare and Director of the Institute on Aging. His lines of research include social support networks, gerontology, public and community health, international gerontology, doctoral education.
Kevin J. Mahoney, PhD
(University of Wisconsin-Madison). Director of the National Resource Center for Participant-Directed Services in the United States. His lines of research include aging, disability, long-term care policy, participant-directed home and community-based services, inclusive communities.
Ruth Elizabeth Prado Pérez, PhD
PhD in International Relations (University of Essex, United Kingdom). Specialist in gender, peace, human rights, and international relations.
Rossana Reguillo Cruz, PhD
PhD in Social Sciences (CIESAS), member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), and the Mexican Academy of Sciences. Main lines of research: urban cultures, everyday life and subjectivity, youth cultures.
Thanh Tran, PhD
(University of Texas, Arlington). His lines of research include cross-cultural research methodology, evidenced-based research, evaluation, mental health services research.
Enrique Valencia, PhD
PhD in Economic Sciences (Université Paris VII). Author of several books and articles on Economy and Social Policy in Mexico and South Korea. He has been a consultant for several international organizations (BID-INDES, UNESCO, UNICEF, PNUD).
David Velasco, PhD
PhD in Sociology (Universidad Academia de Humanitarismo Cristiano de Santiago, Chile). Expert in political theory, the conflict in Chiapas, and human rights.