I am a freelance journalist, researcher and legal analyst based in Washington, DC. My background is primarily in international law and international affairs with a special focus on migration, transitional justice and humanitarian affairs.

After obtaining my BA in History from the University of New South Wales, I went on to obtain a Master’s degree in International Affairs and a Juris Doctor from American University. My professional experience includes co-founding a local women’s rights organization in rural Cameroon and conducting independent research on reconciliation efforts in post-genocide Rwanda. I have also worked for various NGOs in the DC area, including the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Legal Momentum, and the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative. I served as the Senior Blogger for Humanitarian Affairs for the Foreign Policy Association from 2009 to 2014 and am currently a regular contributor to UN Dispatch.