Asiya Mohammed

I graduated from Lehigh University in 2007, where I did my honors dissertation under the supervision of Dr. Chaim Kaufmann. Following graduate work at the London School of Economics, I worked at UNICEF, Geneva and DPK Consulting/ USAID in the Democratic Republic of Congo in human rights. In 2011, I fulfilled a life-long dream and returned home to work at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where I covered human rights and had the pleasure of representing Trinidad and Tobago at the United Nations General Assembly. In 2014, I launched Conflict Women, Ltd to financially empower survivors of sexual and domestic violence and provide advice in human rights, gender, youth policy and conflict transformation. Please visit my website at

International Relations