Chelsea Thorpe is a recent graduate from the University of Georgia with majors in Criminal Justice and Economics. She has conducted ethnic conflict and radicalization research in Oxford, Singapore, and France. With U.S. Army War College, the Potomac Institute, and the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, she has sought to harness safe communities that preempt armed mobilization. Chelsea has also led service-learning trips to expose her peers to human rights dialogue, specifically concerning immigration policy and veteran affairs. She currently tutors Syrian refugees and assists the Partnership for Peace Consortium in training military and political actors with countering violent extremism efforts. In the fall, Chelsea will pursue a Masters in International Security at Sciences Po in Paris, as an Emile Boutmy Scholar.
Updated May 2018