- Den Haag, Netherlands
- 6 oktober 2023
As a young and driven professional, I aim to make a positive impact by contributing to global social change. My academic background covers a range of disciplines, and I am enthusiastic about tackling complex challenges related to crisis management, national security, climate change, human rights, and gender equality. I excel in diverse and inclusive settings, having successfully delivered multi-partner projects, engaging with various networks and communities, and launching campaigns on human-security topics. Additionally, I have volunteered in five countries on civil society issues; contributing to initiatives in poverty reduction, quality education, gender equality, and wildlife preservation.
Languages: English - Native | Dutch - A1 (Currently enrolled in Dutch Language classes).
Skills: Atlas.ti | Canva | IBM SPSS | MS Office | Qualtrics | Quantitative & Qualitative Research | Archival & Investigative Research | Intelligence & Policy Briefings | Policy Writing & Analysis | Public Speaking | Intercultural & Interpersonal Communication
Portfolio Grade: 8.5.
Elective: Countering Transnational Organised Crime.
Thesis: Thematic Discourse Analysis on Dissent & Repression During Ongoing Civil War: A Case Study of Syria & Yemen.
Assisting Dr. J. Matthew Hoye, Associate Professor of Global Justice, on work regarding War, Peace, and Justice Research Group and JUSTREMIT; an ERC-funded project that brings together political theory, ethnography, and security studies in an interdisciplinary study of remittances and global justice.
WIIS is a global NGO dedicated to advancing the leadership and professional development of women in the field of international peace and security.
I assist the WIIS-NL team in external communications, community engagement, stakeholder management and event organisation to achieve feminist advocacy and policy goals.
Part-time job whilst completing my studies.