Nancy Haugh is a Digital Associate at DAI’s Center for Digital Acceleration. Nancy has experience in misinformation, disinformation, gender analysis, dialogue facilitation, LGBTQ human rights, and countering violent extremism. Previously, Nancy worked as a Business Development Associate at Vysnova Partners Inc.; as a Graduate and Research Assistant for American University’s School of International Service; and as an intern at the Center for Democracy in the Americas and Human Rights First. Nancy has conducted research on how misinformation shape peacebuilding processes and human rights realization; on the technologization of the U.S.-Mexico border; on politicized homophobia in Eastern Europe and Central America; and on the role of large tech companies in global peacebuilding and peacemaking. Nancy earned dual bachelor of art degrees in Spanish and international affairs: Latin America studies from James Madison University and holds a master of arts degree in international peace and conflict resolution from American University.