Nahla Stanford

Title: Director
Company: Stanford Research & Consulting
Location: Lee’s Summit, Missouri, United States

Nahla Stanford, Director of Stanford Research & Consulting, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

Dr. Stanford is an esteemed professional in women’s development, socioeconomics and conflict resolution. She attributes her success to her knowledge, and to her experience traveling around the world and learning about the cultures of the professionals she works with. Among her numerous prestigious positions, Dr. Stanford was the advisor to the president of the United Nations, and was the first woman to preside over an Arab culture organization. She has fulfilled myriad duties and responsibilities in her career including facilitating meetings, creating conflict resolution brochures, participating in congressional fellowships with Malaysia, sub-contracting with universities and acting as a liaison with American Indians and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In preparation for her accomplished career, Dr. Stanford attended Northern Illinois University, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree. She continued her academic pursuits at the University of Missouri, graduating with both a master’s degree in international politics and a doctorate in sociology and psychology. Prior to her professional experience, Dr. Stanford saw the need for conflict resolution and education, and decided to facilitate peace and correct the misinformation about the Middle East, women and the sociology of terrorism.

Dr. Stanford has maintained affiliation with the Union of Concerned Scientists and volunteers her time with local animal shelters. As an honorary member of the Missouri Sheriff’s Association, she enjoys numerous hobbies in her spare time, including writing, traveling and teaching graduate studies. In the coming years, she hopes to continue writing on economics and the sociology of terrorism. In addition, Dr. Stanford aims to work to educate women in Muslim majority countries on both old and new cultures.

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