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.
Moderated panel “The Only Constant in Our Turbulent World Is Geography: The Middle East,” with panelists: Sanem Güner, Assistant Director, Hollings Center for International Dialogue, Istanbul; Andrey Kortunov, Director General, Russian International Affairs Council; Ahmed Rashid, Journalist, Pakistan; and Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh, Professor, Sciences Po, Paris.
Dozier joined discussants at this CSIS event focusing on the U.S. Army’s recently published and long-awaited two volume history, The U.S. Army in the Iraq War, 2003-2011. The study authors outlined key findings from major episodes in the war, and Dozier joined Peter Bergen of New America and Ken Pollack of AEI among others providing commentary and analysis from their own experience of Iraq.
Moderated panel “Fundamental values – the cornerstone of Europe’s cohesion and future” with panelists Leonard Orban, Presidential adviser – Department of European Affairs; Jakov Devcic, Coordinator European Policy, KAS; Zsuzsanna Szelenyi, Institute for Human Science;
Greg Simons, Professor, Uppsala University; & Lazar Comanescu, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania.
Moderated by Kimberly Dozier and Introduced by Patrick Cronin, with retired Admiral Scott Swift, General Walter ‘Skip’ Sharp, and former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Christine Wormuth.
Emceed the American Red Cross’s first annual Disaster Preparedness Summit aimed at addressing the threats and risks to the community.
Moderated panel “Can NATO survive the Shifting Geopolitical Order?” including panelists J. Peter Pham, United States Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa; Vice President for Research and Regional Initiatives; Director, Africa Center, Atlantic Council; Michelle Ndiaye, Director Africa Peace, and Security Programme, Institute for Peace and Security Studies (IPSS); Ahmedou Ould Abdallah, Former Foreign Minister, Republic of Mauritania; Bruno Tertrais, Deputy Director, Foundation for Strategic Research; Joao Vale de Almeida, Ambassador Head of Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations.
Dozier moderated “Special Operators and Intelligence Analysts: the 21st Century’s Lead Warriors,” with Michael Vickers, Former Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Kathleen Hicks, Senior Vice President, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and Director, International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies and Eric Olson, former Commander of US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and a member of the Aspen Institute Homeland Security Group. Watch video of the program.
On May 8, 2015, the Swiss Embassy in Washington D.C. hosted a very special evening showcasing the Red Cross StoryCorps Initiative. Dozier emceed the event, which included a StoryCorps recording by her father Ben Dozier and sister MeiLee.
As part of the Red Cross event, “Black Hawk Down” pilot and former POW, Mike Durant, was reunited for the first time in 20 years with the ICRC delegate, Suzanne Hofstetter, who risked her life to visit him in captivity during the infamous “Battle of Mogadishu” in Somalia. Dozier moderated the conversation.