Carole Alsharabati provides consulting on security sector reform, focusing on quantitative analysis and process automation. She is working on a Police Support Project in Lebanon, where she has been involved in nationwide and localized surveys on police trust, recruitment and training, process automation, crime analysis, and community engagement. She also worked on public sector reform projects related to governance, oversight, and human rights. She is Professor at the Political Science Institute at Saint Joseph University in Beirut and the Arab Master in Democracy and Human Rights. In 2014, Carole participated in the creation and launching of an anti-Corruption whistle blowing NGO (Sakker El Dekkene). She is a founding partner of CME Offshore sal, a software outsourcing company with 150 employees in Lebanon and over 300 worldwide. She has co-authored a publication on "Power Transitions: Strategies for the 21st Century" published in English, Arabic and Chinese and participated to a patent related to artificial intelligence and agent-based modelling.
Public sector reform consultant and professor of political science at Saint Joseph University