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Kallie Mitchell

Analyst, Gender Policy

Kallie Mitchell is an Analyst for the Gender Policy Portfolio at the New Lines Institute. Before joining the New Lines Institute, Mitchell was a Research Assistant for the Women, Peace, and Security Program at the International Peace Institute, where she focused on gender in U.N. peace operations and women’s participation in peace processes. She previously worked in Stockholm, Sweden, as an Assistant Project Coordinator with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, where she led a research project on electoral assistance in transitional elections. Mitchell also worked as a Research Associate at the Institute of Comparative and Regional Studies in Denver, cowriting a U.N. Development Program report on inclusive governance for sustainable peace. 

Mitchell holds a Master of Arts in International Studies from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Delaware. 

Latest Articles

Gendering Economic Sanctions: Best Practices for the U.S.

To achieve the “whole-of-government" approach to implementing the Women, Peace, and Security Strategy, the U.S. government needs to include the Treasury Department as a key department. As the U.S. Treasury enacts sanctions meant to respond to human rights violations, it should consider sanctions’ effects on women and girls and thus should include relevant civil society groups in planning.