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Marianne Møllmann, LLM, MSc

Position: Director of Research and Investigations
Marianne Mollmann

Marianne Møllmann heads PHR’s research and investigations team, supporting the planning, coordination, and implementation of research by staff and volunteers. Prior to joining PHR, she was director of programs at OutRight Action International and brings extensive expertise on gender-based discrimination and violations of bodily autonomy from her time there and at Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. Møllmann has conducted and supervised research in several countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, the United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Møllmann has a background in strategic brand planning and more than a decade of experience in the not-for-profit world in communication, advocacy, research, management, and fundraising. She has authored numerous reports on women's rights, economic rights, and gender-based discrimination. Her opinion pieces on human rights and gender have appeared in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, RHRealityCheck, and the Huffington Post, among other outlets.

Møllmann has served as adjunct lecturer on sexual orientation, gender identity, and human rights at Hunter College, and in human rights advocacy and research at New York University. From 2008 to 2010, she co-taught a masters course on health rights at Yale University's School of Public Health in New Haven. She is a returning lecturer on women's rights and LGBT issues at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa, Italy.

Møllmann holds an MSc in European management from École des Affaires de Paris in France and an LLM in international human rights law from Essex University in the United Kingdom. Møllmann is fluent in Danish and Spanish, and is conversant in French.

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