Nadia Crevecoeur is an analyst with Deloitte's Government and Public Services Section. Nadia is a B.A. candidate in International affairs with a concentration in conflict resolution at the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs. Her research interests include measuring peacekeeping success, the intersection of gender and security, and the youth, peace and security agenda. Nadia has experience working with the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office in the special victim's unit. Most recently, Nadia researched measuring UN peacekeeping success with the Global Governance Institute in Brussels, Belgium. In addition to her intern experience, Nadia investigated western Islamic radicalization at the School for International Training in Geneva, Switzerland. Nadia is also the President of Delta Phi Epsilon: Professional Foreign Service Sorority which empowers women in foreign policy and a Co-Founding President of March On the Campus, a grassroots political organization formed to make the Women's March of 2017 moment into a movement.