Amber Jamil Biography
Amber Jamil is an international relations professional with over 15 years of high-level and field experience in implementing dynamic programs in complex environments and communications for international audiences. She currently serves as a Nonproliferation and International Security Director at Tetra Tech and a non-resident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council. Prior to that, Jamil experienced stints with Service Acquisition Logistics & Alliance and the California Nurses Association.
From 2017-2018 Jamil served as Communication and Outreach Director with the Indus Foundation. She also served as Executive Director of the American Pakistan Foundation from 2016-2017 and a Program Director for the Development Organization for Societies in Transition from 2012-2016.
Jamil is well-published having published her most recent article in The American Interest titled, "Climate Refugees and International Law." Her work has also appeared in World Review, The Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, The National Interest, and The New Atlantist.
She earned her bachelor's degree in Government from Smith College and earned a Masters of Arts in Global Policy from Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. She currently resides in Silver Springs, Maryland.