Caitlin Marshall has 10 years of experience as a logistical officer in the United States Army, involved in regional support for U.S. Army Reserve units in Europe. After earning her master’s degree in International Migration in 2017, she began PhD research at University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies to take a look at how stigmatized communities engage in political participation through hidden resistance on social media. She has worked with the German Marshall Fund in support of two Brussels Forum conferences and a high-level dialogue at the 2018 NATO Summit. In 2020, she will pursue an internship at NATO within the Office of the Gender Advisor. Can advise students interested in: NATO internships, doing a PhD, social movements, being selected by application tracking systems.