Laura has previous experience with human rights work in the US and Asia. In Cambodia, she worked in the legal reform and transitional justice fields, with a particular focus on outreach and education programs for victims of the Khmer Rouge. In Washington, DC, Laura has been involved in initiatives ranging from genocide activism to assisting asylum seekers. She also spent several years administering international education programs in China. Laura earned her Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy at the Fletcher School, where her studies focused on human rights law and human security. She holds a BA from American University’s School of International Service.
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