Susan Lloyd McGarry manages the Center’s social media. She also researchers and writes program reports, policy briefs, case studies, and various other documents for publication as part of advancing Harvard FXB Center’s work in the world. She has helped prepare several center faculty books for publication, including Realizing Roma Rights, Human Rights and Adolescence, and Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age. McGarry has also edited a policy brief and report on the Champions project (research into success factors leading to girls’ educational achievement in India) and copyedited the winter 2013–14 issue of the Health and Human Rights Journal. Previously, she served at Harvard Divinity School as managing editor of Harvard Divinity Bulletin (a magazine for general readers interested in a multi-religious perspective) and as assistant director for planning at the Center for the Study of World Religions, where she developed an interest in the moral mandate for global health equity and the role of religion in violence and peacemaking. While there she edited four multi-author volumes distributed by Harvard University Press, developed an international internship program for HDS students, managed programs for faculty grants and visiting international scholars, and acted as liaison to the governing committees of the center. Prior to working at Harvard, she was executive director of a Quaker retreat center after more than a decade in technology research and consulting in Europe, Asia, and the United States.
She is also a publishing poet. She holds a BA from Bard College and the Diplôme d’Études Françaises from the University of Strasbourg in France.