M.A., National Security Studies, Naval Postgraduate School
M.A., Criminal Justice, George Washington University
International frameworks such as United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and the Women, Peace, and Security agenda; sexual and gender-based violence, especially during conflict; women in the military; and masculinities.
Carolyn is a military veteran who served in the Army as a European Specialist (Foreign Area Officer) engaging with global organizations and militaries to form partnerships to promote common interests in international policy. Her assignments include: George C. Marshall European Center for Strategic Studies, Garmisch, Germany; US Embassies in Norway, Serbia, and the Slovak Republic; and NATO in Istanbul, Turkey, and the Africa Command (AFRICOM), Stuttgart, Germany. At AFRICOM, Carolyn was also a member of the Women, Peace and Security Working Group.