University of New Haven/Yale University
Bradley Woodworth (PhD, Indiana University) is Associate Professor of History at the University of New Haven and Program Manager of the Baltic Studies Program at Yale University. He serves as the AABS Vice President for Conferences from 2022–2024. His primary research interest is the multiethnic lands around the Baltic Sea. He has published widely on the history of Estonia in particular. His most recent work includes the article “Estonian Modern History in the Twenty-First Century,” published in 2020 in the journal Acta Historica Tallinnensia (co-written with historian Karsten Brüggemann) and the article “Why Washington hesitated to support Lithuania’s independence 31 years ago,” published in March 2021 by LRT – Lithuania’s Radio and Television network (co-written with political scientist Matthew Schmidt).
Carly Koebel is the Sr. Program Manager for the European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center at Yale University. She has built her professional career in higher education and international education, working at the University of Connecticut, Santa Clara University, and the University of Washington. Carly has an MEd from the University of Washington and an MBA from Santa Clara University. She has lived in Spain and Thailand, teaching English.