Alicia Kelly joined the NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security as a Policy Research Fellow in January 2019. Alicia graduated from the University of Sydney, Australia with a Master of International Relations in May of 2018. Alicia’s work has focused largely on feminist analysis, often examining the mobilization, reassertion, and reimagining of gender during political transformation. During her postgraduate study, she attended the University of Oxford studying Political Transformation in the Contemporary Middle East. Since arriving in the US, she has interned with the peacebuilding organization Search for Common Ground in Washington, DC. Alicia holds a Bachelor of Science (Applied Science) with a focus on biotechnology from RMIT University. During her undergraduate study, she also completed an internship with Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia Australia.