Fiona Creed, PhD
Associate Teaching Professor
Fiona Creed’s career spans the diplomatic, academic, entrepreneurial and nonprofit sectors. She began as a policy analyst at the EU Delegation to the United Nations in New York City and spun that experience into her PhD research on the often-fraught EU representation at the UN. As assistant professor at University College in Cork, Ireland, Fiona taught international relations and European studies. Seeing a market opportunity, she went on to build and subsequently sell an online retail business in the United Kingdom.
Upon returning to the United States, Fiona served as the executive director of the United Nations Association of Greater Boston, a nonprofit organization that educates students in diplomacy and global issues through its experiential learning program, Model UN. Fiona also served as a project lead and advisor at SOLVE MIT.
Fiona completed her BA and MA degrees at University College, Dublin, Ireland, and her PhD at University College, Cork, including two years as a visiting scholar at the Yale University MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies.