Researcher & Writer

Bridget holds a Master of Arts in Community, Development and Plannning from Clark University’s Graduate School of International Development, Community and Environment and a Bacehlor’s Degree in International Relations and International Development. While pursuing her Degrees in the United States, she worked with a wide range of organizations, including the House of Commons in the United Kingdom, in the provision of orthotics and prosthetics in the Middle East and North Africa alongside Weapons Removal and Abatement (WRA) and advocating for Congessional action on Immact90 and International Education in Washington, D.C. After working in U.S. Immigration Law for three years, Bridget moved to Ottawa in June of 2016 to pursue further education in writing and the study of International Law.