Meet James Ron
James is a dynamic research professional and communicator with extensive experience defining and implementing research strategies, managing diverse teams, developing evidence-based recommendations, and communicating results.
He has worked in multiple world regions, including Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America.
James has provided research and advisory services to multiple agencies and organizations, including the Canadian Foreign Ministry, Human Rights Watch, CARE, Center for Victims of Torture, and the International Committee of the Red Cross.
James volunteers his services as an international program evaluator for Life for a Child, an Australian medical charity that provides insulin to children with Type 1 diabetes.
His son was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease when he was only two years old.
James has published widely in academic and popular venues, including the Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, International Herald Tribune, Le Monde, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Toronto Star, and Washington Post.
For more information on James' publications, visit his ResearchGate profile.