Diana Chigas is Co-Director of the Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy (CJL) Program, where she leads the work streams on the intersectional (i.e. gender, faith) nature of social norms as they relate to corruption and anti-corruption in places of conflict. She has worked with governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental partners in Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa as well as Europe and the US to conduct corruption analysis and support program design and monitoring and evaluation. Prior to joining CJL, Diana co-led the Reflecting on Peace Practice project at CDA. She has worked for 25 years as a facilitator and consultant in negotiation and peacebuilding processes, as well as an advisor and evaluator of social change programming in conflict-affected countries, including in the Balkans, East Africa, El Salvador, and Cyprus, as well as with organizations such as the OSCE and the United Nations. Diana also holds a position as a Professor of the Practice of International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Diana received her JD from Harvard Law School and MALD from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.