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The Carter Center Inc

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The Carter Center Inc

One Copenhill 453 Freedom Parkway

Atlanta, Georgia,30307

United States

Company Description

A not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization, The Carter Center has helped to improve life for people in more than 70 countries by resolving conflicts; advancing democracy, human rights, and economic opportunity; preventing diseases; and improving mental hea... more.

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Employment History

State and Federal Policy Director

Oregon Primary Care Association


District Attorney

Deschutes County


Co-Founder and Vice President

SparTree Solutions


Editorial Columnist

Advanced Media Inc


Attorney

Hummel Law Firm


DeKeyzer Law PLLC


Affiliations

Bend Bulletin

City Councilor


Cascade Business News

Bend City Council Member


3EStrategies

Member of Advisory Board


Oregon Trial Lawyers Association

Member


City of Bend

City Councilor


Office of the United States Trade Representative

Project Advisor


Eli Lilly and Company, International Government Affairs Division

Graduate Fellow


BendFilm

Board Member


Education

B.A. degree

Roanoke College


J.D. degree

University of Arkansas School of Law


JD

College of Environment and Design at the University of Georgia


Master of International Public Policy

Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies


Masters degree

International Public Policy

School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University


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www.oregonstatebar.org

Former Bend attorney and city councilor John Hummel recently received a Master of International Public Policy from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and is now living and working in Monrovia, Liberia as the project manager for the Carter Center's Rule of Law project.
He can be reached via his Skype local phone number, (503) 616-3262, or his e-mail address, hummel3@gmail.com.


blog.cartercenter.org [cached]

The story also features the Carter Center's John Hummel, who explains the country's need for both a modern legal system and tribal justice system, and ...
The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTC) recently honored Carter Center efforts in the country at a farewell ceremony for the Center's outgoing country representative, John Hummel. Hummel was gowned in traditional clothing as a show of appreciation to him and The Carter Center for "its good will to the Liberian people," describing him as "a son whom they will ...


blog.cartercenter.org [cached]

The story also features the Carter Center's John Hummel, who explains the country's need for both a modern legal system and tribal justice system, and ...
The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTC) recently honored Carter Center efforts in the country at a farewell ceremony for the Center's outgoing country representative, John Hummel. Hummel was gowned in traditional clothing as a show of appreciation to him and The Carter Center for "its good will to the Liberian people," describing him as "a son whom they will ...


blog.cartercenter.org

The National Traditional Council of Liberia (NTC) recently honored Carter Center efforts in the country at a farewell ceremony for the Center's outgoing country representative, John Hummel.
Hummel was gowned in traditional clothing as a show of appreciation to him and The Carter Center for "its good will to the Liberian people," describing him as "a son whom they will always miss." The Center will continue its access to justice project under new country representative Chelsea Payne, who will continue working with the NTC under the auspices of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Carter Center Country Representative John Hummel receives a farewell gift from National Traditional Council Chairman Chief Zanzan Kawar. Photos by Pewee Flomoku/The Carter Center.


www.bendbulletin.com

John Hummel addresses his supporters during a campaign celebration party at Summit Saloon following the preliminary results for Deschutes County District Attorney on Tuesday.
John Hummel addresses his supporters during a campaign party Tuesday at Summit Saloon after seeing encouraging results for his run for DA. "It's nice to see that hard work pay off," he said. John Hummel 14,923 votes 60.1% Initial election results John Hummel, an attorney who once served on the Bend City Council, won handily in Tuesday's election. Hummel said he would focus less on prosecution and more on collaboration with outside agencies, managing the office and establishing programs to prevent crime. It looks as if he will get his chance. "My first thought is that I am happy for all the volunteers. We had more than 100 volunteers helping with this campaign," Hummel said Tuesday from his victory party at the Summit Saloon. "I'm happy for them, and I'm, of course, happy for myself. It's a culmination of a year of hard work, and it's nice to see that hard work pay off." Hummel, 44, spent 12 years as a defense attorney in Central Oregon and the Portland area. He moved to Bend in 1996 and in 2000 was elected to the City Council. He served there until 2006 when he abruptly resigned and announced he'd leave the area to work in Liberia for The Carter Center. He returned to Central Oregon in 2012 and announced his candidacy for DA in September 2013. For the last two years, Hummel has worked as the state and federal policy director at Oregon Primary Care Association. He said he's taken today off but will return to working full-time there now that the campaign is over. Hummel has no plans yet on how to transition into the DA's office, he said. "Patrick is the district attorney until January, so he will make any decisions about that, not me," Hummel said. "I know that many people were misled by the false advertising that Hummel saturated the airwaves with from all the money he raised outside our community," Flaherty said.


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