Young Professional, Fragility, Conflict, and Violence Group
Corey Pattison is a Young Professional in the World Bank’s Fragility, Conflict, and Violence team. He has served as a conflict advisor to the World Bank since 2012 in Indonesia, Nepal, and, currently, Myanmar where he advises the World Bank response to Rakhine State and support to the national peace process. He is an author and core team member of the joint UN-World Bank flagship study, “Pathways for Peace: Inclusive Approaches for Preventing Violent Conflict,” and is currently leading implementation of the Pathways study within the World Bank Group. Corey is trained as a political scientist at Yale and Georgetown universities. His research has been supported by the Fulbright Program and his writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera, and the Oxford Monitor of Forced Displacement.