Grace Anderson is currently a policy associate at the United Nations Foundation focusing on human rights and girls & women work in the New York office. A recent graduate from Stanford University, Grace was one of three undergraduates awarded with the 2019 Tom Ford Fellowship which provides young professionals with intensive, mentored experiences in domestic foundations. Grace holds a BA in International Relations with honors from Stanford and published an honors thesis on UN humanitarian interventions and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P). She was also awarded with Stanford’s Award of Excellence which recognizes the top 10% of each graduating class. Grace is primarily interested in issues at the intersection of human rights and international security and has previously held positions at the State Department in the UN Political Affairs Office, the International Rescue Committee in the President’s Office, and the Center for American Studies in Rome. Grace also worked in the Office of Dr. Condoleezza Rice at The Hoover Institution as a researcher and is listed in the acknowledgements of Dr. Rice’s most recent book, To Build a Better World: Choices to End the Cold War and Create a Global Commonwealth.