Ms. Norzin Dolma is presently the Kalon (Minister) of the Department of Information and International Relations of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). Under the US Tibetan Scholarship Program, she earned an MA in Law and Diplomacy (MALD), focusing on international organization and international negotiation and conflict resolution from Fletcher School, Tufts University, USA, with cross registration from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Arts and Science and Kennedy School of Government. Norzin previously worked as a research officer, senior program officer, acting executive director, and board of director at Tibetan Center for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD). She later worked as a development officer at The Tibet Fund (TTF) in New York. She has advocated Tibet issues at international conferences, including the 59th and 61st sessions of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Geneva; World Social Forum, Mumbai; UN-Civil Society Relations, Bangkok; and World Summit on Sustainable Development conferences in Bali and Johannesburg. Norzin has authored and edited books and reports, including 2008 Uprising in Tibet: Chronology and Analysis (DIIR 2009), Unjust Sentencing of Tulku Tenzin Delek (TCHRD 2004), Destruction of Serthar Institute (TCHRD 2002), 35 Years: Special Report (TTF 2015); and Nepal Earthquake: Rebuilding Efforts in Tibetan Community (TTF 2016)