Daryn Cambridge is Senior Advisor, Learning & Digital Strategies. Having served on the ICNC staff for four years, he now works at the United States Institute of Peace where he leads curriculum development for their Academy Online for Conflict Management and Peacebuilding. He is also Peace Educator in Residence and Adjunct Professor at American University and an education and training consultant.

He has done consulting work for organizations such as One World Education, LearnServe International, the One World Youth Project, and the United States Association for the University of Peace. He served for three years as Assistant Director of the Democracy Matters Institute and then Director of Youth Programs at Common Cause, designing and facilitating trainings for youth and young adults. He has also been a Program Supervisor and Instructor with the Close Up Foundation - the nation's largest civic education and engagement non-profit; a teacher for Putney Student Travel's Excel Program at Amherst College; and an urban crew leader with the Student Conservation Association. He serves on the boards of the Peace and Justice Studies Association, the Democracy Matters Institute, and the Institute for Technology and Social Change. Daryn has a B.A. from Middlebury College and a M.A. in International Training and Education from American University, and a professional certificate in International Peace and Conflict Resolution, also from American University.