Nikki Singer, MSW
Program Director, Centre for Peace Processes
Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
Nikki joined the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies in 2014 and has served in leadership roles throughout the organization. She led the Cambodia Peace Gallery initiative from 2016 – 2019, including the set up and opening of the Gallery in Battambang in 2018, piloting the Gallery’s peace education program for university students, and hosting international students and peace practitioners for learning exchanges in Cambodia. With a strong focus on Strategic Partnerships, Nikki has worked closely on fundraising and grants management, guiding strategic planning, and developing new programs. As Co-Director, Nikki is responsible for overseeing CPCS Peace Process work, primarily on Myanmar and Korea as well as regional initiatives, over sees the operations teams, and ensuring overall alignment and coordination across all CPCS initiatives.
Originally from the United States, Nikki holds a Master of Social Work from Boston College, specializing in Social Innovation, Leadership and Global Social Work. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Western Connecticut State University. Prior to CPCS Nikki worked in the nonprofit sector on housing instability and emergency aid.