Dozier was a 2019 Pulitzer Center grantee, completing TIME Magazine piece “What Remains of ISIS,” on the need to heal Yezidi children forced to fight for ISIS, and two columns for The Daily Beast: “In Much of Iraq, ISIS Still Rules the Night” and “The Caliphate Is Crushed, But ISIS Infants—Innocent, Abandoned and Despised—Live On” on the plight of the children of Yezidi women enslaved by ISIS, now unwanted by their community. She discussed the TIME piece on CNN.
Dozier moderated a panel at the Aspen Security Forum in 2017, with Ambassador to Iraq Fareed Yasseen; ISIS coordinator Brett McGurk; and New Yorker columnist Robin Write, from July 19 to 22, in Aspen, CO.
Dozier moderated a panel, Beyond the Middle East Disorder, at the 2017 Brussels Forum, from March 23-25, 2017. Panelists scheduled to speak included: Dr. Nabil Fahmy, Former Foreign Minister, Egypt; Amb. Zalmay Khalilzad, Counselor, Center for Strategic International Studies; Amb. Mohamed Loulichki, Senior Fellow, OCP Policy Center; &
Ms. Emma Sky, Director, World Fellows Program, Yale University