Isabella Javidan has a master’s degree from American University in International Affairs with concentrations in Comparative and Regional Studies and Conflict Resolution. She successfully defended her thesis on privatized tin production’s environmental and social impact in the Eastern DRC. Isabella has extensive experience in government and NGO communications and research. Her professional experiences include communications roles at PETA, the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, the US Embassy in Algiers, the Free Yezidi Foundation, and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Isabella utilizes her passion for social and racial justice to drive messaging strategies that defend these ideals.