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   Ashley Pratt    Ashley recently graduated with her master’s degree and became a contributor to WiFP because of her interest in the intersection of gender, international relations, and foreign policy. She is an avid podcast listener and wanted to become involved, using her knowledge to give back to an organization that she benefited from during and after her studies.  Ashley intends to pursue a career in academia, and her research interests include just war theory, insurgency, poststructuralism, and gender-based analysis of International relations.  Originally from Louisiana, Ashley has a master’s degree in International Relations from King’s College London and a bachelor's degree in Theatre from Arkansas State University.

Ashley Pratt

Ashley recently graduated with her master’s degree and became a contributor to WiFP because of her interest in the intersection of gender, international relations, and foreign policy. She is an avid podcast listener and wanted to become involved, using her knowledge to give back to an organization that she benefited from during and after her studies.

Ashley intends to pursue a career in academia, and her research interests include just war theory, insurgency, poststructuralism, and gender-based analysis of International relations.

Originally from Louisiana, Ashley has a master’s degree in International Relations from King’s College London and a bachelor's degree in Theatre from Arkansas State University.

   Annika Erickson-Pearson    Geneva-based graduate student focusing on grand strategy and global conflict.  She hosts and produces the monthly Women in Foreign Policy podcast, together with Ashley Pratt. She loves this work and is committed to illuminating different career paths for young women interested in international relations.  Annika is an M.A. candidate at the  Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland . Previously, she was a research assistant at the  Ploughshares Fund  and the Director of Search at  StartingBloc .

Annika Erickson-Pearson

Geneva-based graduate student focusing on grand strategy and global conflict.

She hosts and produces the monthly Women in Foreign Policy podcast, together with Ashley Pratt. She loves this work and is committed to illuminating different career paths for young women interested in international relations.

Annika is an M.A. candidate at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. Previously, she was a research assistant at the Ploughshares Fund and the Director of Search at StartingBloc.