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Paul Nuti began his career in international affairs in 1984 as a Peace Corps volunteer in Fiji
Paul Nuti began his career in international affairs in 1984 as a Peace Corps volunteer in Fiji.
Paul Nuti, Country Director
Paul Nuti joined the ISC staff in Macedonia as country director in May of 2000. Before coming to ISC, he worked as a program development specialist for the Center for Development & Population Activities and served a one-year assignment with the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in Ghana, conducting training programs in legislative advocacy for NGO representatives and members of Ghana's Parliament. He also served as a UN volunteer in Croatia to supervise voter registration and polling station operations at a refugee camp for Bosnian Muslims during the 1997 municipal elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In 1996, Nuti joined the World Federalist Association as issues director coordinating congressional outreach on UN issues and chaired an NGO working group monitoring U.S.-UN relations. He was twice tenured at Parliamentarians for Global Action, a New York-based network of legislators from more than 90 countries, where he directed the International Law & Human Rights Program and co-directed the Global Economic Reform Program. He has worked with indigenous rights organizations such as Cultural Survival, the Arctic-to-Amazonia Alliance, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, and Development Support Systems. Nuti began his career in international affairs in 1984 as a Peace Corps volunteer in Fiji. Following his volunteer service, he directed the training of Peace Corps teachers and primary health care workers in Fiji and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. He is a graduate of Colgate University and received an M.A. in International Development and Anthropology at George Washington University.