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Ms. Tanya Domi L.

Senior Public Affairs Officer for International Affairs

Columbia University Libraries

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

Columbia University Libraries

535 W. 114Th St. Room 102

New York, New York 10027

United States

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The Emerging Democracies Institute

Board Member
Raccoon Inc

Member, Board

European Union

Vice-Chair Board of Directors
Global Action to Prevent War

Board Member
Service Women's Action Network

Board Member
HarlemLIVE Inc

Public Information Trainer and Advisor (Serbia)
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc

Chief of Staff for the Senate Committee On Business Development and the Pacific Rim
Hawaii State Senate

Press Secretary
NYC Campaign Finance Board

Team Member
Joint-Combined Study

Affiliate Faculty Member
The Harriman Institute


Bachelor of Arts
political science and journalism
Central Michigan University

Master of Arts


Masters of Arts degree
Human Rights
Columbia University

advanced degree

Columbia University

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But among Bosnia's cheerleaders is ...

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But among Bosnia's cheerleaders is Tanya Domi, a former U.S. State Department official who went to Bosnia right after the war to help implement the Dayton Peace Accords. Domi has worked on policy issues in the Balkans for a quarter-century and is now an adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University. She spoke with Global Journalist's Ines Kagubare about why the EU should forge ahead with Bosnia's application to join the club.

Tanya Domi (Courtesy: Columbia University)
Tanya Domi (Courtesy: Columbia University)
Global Journalist: What are the biggest challenges Bosnia is facing?
Domi: What you are witnessing here in the Balkans is an economic depression or recession and it's compounded with the fact that Europe itself took an austerity position towards the recession in 2008. You're talking about a post-conflict country in Bosnia, and also talking about a political frozen conflict.
Domi: The Dayton Peace Accords was designed to stop a terrible war.
Domi: It's better to have Bosnia in the EU accession process than not.
Domi: I think Russia is a serious problem.
Domi: Bosnia has depression-level economic data.

Tanya Domi is a professor at ...

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Tanya Domi is a professor at Columbia University in New York.

Tanya Domi is a professor at Columbia University in New York.

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Professor Tanya Domi, Columbia University

Tanya Domi (Board ...

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Tanya Domi (Board Chair) Tanya Domi is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, who teaches human rights in Eurasia. Domi served 15 years in the U.S. Army enlisting in 1974 as a Private and rose to the rank of Captain, before her honorable discharge in 1990. Prior to joining Columbia, Domi worked more than a decade in a dozen countries on democratic and economic transitional development, political and media development, human rights and gender issues. Domi became a nationally known LGBT rights activist in the early 1990s as director of military freedom initiative at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF), where she worked to repeal the ban on lesbians and gays serving in the military. Domi is a widely published author and blogger on human rights for LGBT persons and women. She has appeared on hundreds of media outlets in the United States and throughout the world, speaking about human rights and current affairs.

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Tanya Domi | NDECC Launches Veterans & Military Families Council | Read more » NDECC Launches Veterans & Military Families Council - ILLYRIA

Tanya Domi
NDECC Launches Veterans & Military Families Council
Tanya Domi, an Albanian-American, to serve as Council's co-chair
Tanya Domi
Tanya Domi.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Democratic Ethnic Coordinating Council (NDECC), the official affiliate of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) responsible for engaging dozens of diaspora groups with heritages tied to Africa, Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia, launched its first-ever Veterans & Military Families Council today. The Council's Co-Chairs, veterans Tanya Domi (Albanian-American), Thomas Keefe (Irish-American), and Conrad Nowak (Polish-American) will support the NDECC's mission of engaging ethnic Democratic leaders within the political process while building support for Democratic candidates and elected officials, but with the unique perspective of mobilizing veterans who themselves are immigrants or children of immigrants.
Tanya L. Domi served 15 years honorably in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve, 1974-1990, earning the Vietnam War era designation. She enlisted in the US Army in 1974 as a "slick sleeve" Private when women were assigned to the Women's Army Corps, rising through the ranks to Staff Sergeant before her commissioning as a "mustang" officer in the rank of Second Lieutenant. She was also a Distinguished Military Graduate from Central Michigan University in 1982. Domi reentered active duty in September 1982 and went on to serve in the Military Police Corps and as Captain, commanded the Schofield Barracks Military Police Company. She later served as a Public Affairs Officer on a special assignment for USA Pacific Command as a team member of a Joint-Combined Study with the Philippine Armed Forces, during which she submitted a report to the Secretary of Defense on matters of civilian transition of the military police in the Philippines, which had been notorious for human rights abuses.
Domi was honorably discharged in January 1990. She was defense policy advisor to the late Congressman Frank X. McCloskey (D-IN-8) and supported his vigorous efforts calling for U.S. intervention to stop war crimes targeting Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Domi later worked for the State Department in Bosnia implementing the Dayton Peace Accords, 1996-2000. She now teaches human rights in the Western Balkans at Columbia University and has been an active advocate for women and LGBT service members.

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