Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers
- Melinda Burrell is a democracy and peacebuilding specialist who has spent 25 years living and working in conflict zones. She now speaks and trains on the neuroscience of communication and conflict, and is a syndicated writer for PeaceVoice.
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Missouri's 1st district
Adjunct Faculty, Carter SchoolCongresswoman Bush is a leadings voice for racial justice and human rights and the first Black woman to represent Missouri’s 1st Congressional District. Congresswoman Bush is a nurse, Black Lives Matter activist, ordained pastor, and former childcare worker.
Adjunct Faculty, Carter SchoolWill David retired from the U.S. Army in 2014, concluding a 30 year career as a military intelligence officer. Most recently, he served as an associate professor at the National War College where he taught courses in the national security strategy graduate program.
Civil Rights Director for the U.S. Coast GuardDr. Terri A. Dickerson is an adjunct professor whose research focus is untold stories of marginalized communities. She is a federal civil rights director who has held positions in industry, non-profit, and government sectors. Her career focus is strategic conflict resolution and equity program leadership.