Operations and Info. Sci. Naval Postgraduate School
The Do's and Don'ts of Facilitating Serious Games Effectively
Ms. Sally Baho joined the United States Naval Postgraduate School in 2011 as a Faculty Associate in the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy. In 2019 she moved to the Defense Analysis department in the Graduate School of Operations and Information Science to join the Global ECCO team. She serves as acopyeditor for the Combatting Terrorism eXchange (CTX) Journal, a quarterly journal under the global education community collaboration online (global ECCO). She is also a game-facilitator for the strategy games that the global ECCO team created and teaches.
Ms. Baho supports research on strategic communication and organizational behavior per Navy sponsored research agendas each fiscal year. She has played an active role on projects ranging from Social Media usage among young sailors in the Navy, Middle Manager Support for Strategic Change, and currently, developing a Situational Judgement Test on Grey-Zone Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination in the Navy and Marine Corps.
In addition to her support of academic research, she has worked with the former Partnership for Peace office in developing curricula for the Women, Peace, and Security workshop on the integration of women in Peacekeeping Operations with the United Nations. The workshop has since been executed, with her assistance, twelve times in seven Latin American nations with future events planned.
Ms. Baho received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Cell Biology from the University of California, San Diego and a Masters of Arts in in Food Studies from the University of the Pacific in 2020. Additionally, she is fluent in Levantine Arabic and Spanish.