Natalie Longmire-Kulis is a third-year undergraduate at Stanford University, majoring in International Relations and Human Rights. She conducts research on human rights challenges and prospects in ASEAN through the Stanford King Center on Global Development and has engaged in independent research on transitional justice in post-conflict societies. She will be spending this summer conducting research through Stanford on the factors which enable genocide to occur. Natalie is also passionate about gender equality and conflict resolution. She currently serves on the board of Msichana Empowerment Kuria, a female-led non-profit based in Kenya whose mission is to combat FGM/C and other forms of gender-based violence. She has also worked as an intern and advisor for Tomorrow’s Women, a non-profit that brings together Israeli and Palestinian young women to partner as leaders in efforts to promote mutual equality and respect. Prior to her graduation from Stanford, Natalie hopes to pursue a degree in International Criminal Law.