Zhaleh Boyd was a Research Fellow at the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy. She worked primarily on the Technology & TIP project, focusing on effective service delivery and building sustainable public-private partnerships for anti-trafficking initiatives.
Zhaleh completed her BA in English at Clark Atlanta University in 2002. Her professional experience includes Operations Assistant for Shine on Sierra Leone, Educational Outreach for Relief International, Social Integration for the Seoul Metropolitan Migrant Marriages Network, and Curriculum Development and Instruction at Pagoda Academy/Direct English in Seoul, South Korea. Zhaleh completed her Masters in Public Diplomacy 2012 at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism / School of International Relations.
She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the Wiberforce Institute for the study of slavery and emancipation at the University of Hull in the United Kingdom.