Charlotte Hamm

Project Officer
Mediation & Dialogue Support

Charlotte Hamm works on the project “Afghanistan: Fostering meaningful, effective, and sufficiently inclusive peace negotiations.”

Prior to joining the Berghof Foundation, Charlotte Hamm held a position at the Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Department at Columbia University, working on mediation and peace-building projects in West Africa and the MENA region. She has also worked as a psychologist in the US criminal justice system and provided psychosocial support for refugees. Previously, Charlotte Hamm had gained experiences as an intern at a peacebuilding initiative in Cologne and a think tank for children`s welfare in New York City. Charlotte Hamm is the co-founder of In Fluency, an initiative to expand awareness of the intersectionality of politics and psychology.

Charlotte Hamm holds a B.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Osnabrück and a M.Ed. as well as a M.A. in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Teacher`s College, Columbia University.