Kendall Lawrence

Programs Manager


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  Seattle, Washington
American University, BA (International Relations)
English, French, Swahili
1720 I Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20006
T: +1 202 223 7940
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Kendall Lawrence is a Research Associate at the Fund for Peace. She joined the Fund in 2011 as an intern in the Threat Convergence project before becoming a full-time employee in 2012. Kendall works primarily in the Conflict Early Warning and Transnational Threats Programs. She co-leads field research missions and conflict early warning training in Liberia as part of the UNLocK program, with a focus on the role of civil society in conflict prevention. She also participates in an ongoing research project in the Black Sea and South Caucasus region focused on nuclear trafficking and transnational terrorism and criminal networks that includes extensive field research in five countries as part of the Transnational Threats program. She has authored and co-authored reports and briefings on topics ranging from post-conflict early warning and development to conventional weapons trafficking. Prior to joining the Fund, Kendall spent a year living in Kenya and traveled extensively as a counselor on a youth cultural emersion program. She received a BA in International Studies (focused in Peace and Conflict Resolution) from American University and plans on returning to school to obtain an MA in Conflict Analysis or Security Studies within the next year or two.