Research Fellow: Negotiation Coaching
Joan Moon is a Fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program (WAPPP) at the Harvard Kennedy School working in close collaboration with the Kennedy School Negotiation Project (KSNP). She is the founder and head of negotiation coaching programming and currently leads the KSNP Coaching Clinic and the Career Negotiation Coaching Program. In her work, Joan is analyzing the effects of negotiation coaching to address gender disparities in outcomes in negotiation. Joan earned her Master in Public Policy in 2019 and as a student, served as a course coach for MLD-280 Advanced Workshop in Multi-Party Negotiation and Conflict Resolution.
Before coming to HKS, Joan was a Teach for America corps member and taught for seven years at a traditional public school in the Bronx where she was rated Highly Effective as a teacher and elected as a representative for the School Leadership Team. Joan earned her Master of Science in Education from Hunter College. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Emory University where she double-majored in Sociology and Education.