Alessandra is a second year MA student in the Conflict Resolution program at Georgetown; she earned her B.A. from Dartmouth College where her focus was on international relations and mass atrocities. Alessandra has over ten years of experience working in atrocity prevention and consulting with US government agencies on research, strategy, and communications. Alessandra comes to the TRUST network with a deep background in atrocity prevention and forecasting from her time managing the Early Warning Project at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Prevention of Genocide and is currently studying non-state actor behavior following conflicts, including transitional justice processes and the inclusion of rebel groups and non-state actors in those processes.