Kit is a dual-degree student in the MA in Global, International and Comparative History and MSFS programs concentrating in Global Politics and Security. She aims to bridge the gap between methodological and academic expertise and effective policy making in international affairs. At MSFS, Kit is deepening her understanding of the transnational drivers of conflict and exploring different facets of conflict resolution such as international law, transitional justice, and human rights advocacy. Kit is an Editorial Assistant in the Human Rights and Development section at the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and is pursuing the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy’s Graduate Certificate. She is currently studying Spanish.
Originally from London, Kit served as the East Africa Desk Officer at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office working on conflict, corruption and human rights from 2018-2020. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Durham University, UK. There she conducted research on the political and philosophical dynamics of protest and social movements in addition to studying American domestic politics. While an undergraduate Kit studied abroad at Boston College, MA.
"I chose MSFS because of its prime location, expert faculty members and practitioners, and its emphasis on community and ethical leadership across its curriculum."