Kevin Healy is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University.
According to his GWU biography, Healy has "received degrees from the University of Notre Dame and Georgetown and a PhD in Development Sociology from Cornell University. For over two decades he has worked as a grant officer at the Inter-American Foundation, a public corporation which funds a broad range of grassroots development projects with local NGO's in Latin America and the Caribbean. Healy has funded projects in the Andes as well as throughout Central America and Mexico. He is the author of two books on development in Bolivia and many book chapters in edited volumes covering topics such as the drug industry in the Andes, indigenous movements, and participatory development among others. Since l998, Healy has been teaching in the Elliott School. Currently, he teaches two courses, one on Indigenous Movements, Culture and Grassroots Development in Latin America and the other on Drug Trafficking in the Americas. He has also taught graduate level courses at Georgetown University, American University, SAIS and undergraduate course at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore." 
Email: khealy AT iaf.gov
- Profile: Kevin Healy, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University.