Kelly Njike is a current graduate student at the Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Kelly is specializing in the area of post-conflict reconstruction with a special emphasis on rebuilding governments, institutions, and rule of law in transitioning societies. Kelly has focused much of her research on Eastern Europe and, more particularly, the Balkans region.
Kelly completed her undergraduate degree in American Indian Studies from
Black Hills State University in 2007. Shortly thereafter she moved to the United Kingdom to work with the international charity Youth With A Mission (YWAM). While working as a project leader for YWAM, Kelly was able to travel extensively and has visited or worked with partner projects on four continents. Kelly is currently utilizing her editing skills in her work as a research assistant with the Love and Forgiveness in Governance Project.
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