Colleen McGrath (They/she/he) is pursuing a Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations, specializing in International Law, Human Rights and Post-Conflict Reconstruction at Seton Hall University in South Orange N.J., U.S.A. Their primary research and professional interests include the development of transitional justice processes at the local level and the advancement of international human rights law. They are currently proposing research on evaluating the outcomes of transitional justice processes through an actor-oriented lens for their master's thesis. Colleen's passion for a career in international relations, human rights and peace studies stems from the lived realities of their friends and first-hand accounts of justice and reconciliation. Colleen’s experience as a research assistant, working for international human rights NGOs, and engaging in community activism has allowed them to develop and apply their research, communication, and advocacy skills to an academic and social context. They speak English and are proficient in Spanish. Colleen is from St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. They earned their bachelor's degree in International Relations and Political Science with an emphasis in Peace Studies in 2019.
MA Candidate in Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University
14 June 2021