Gabriela Murillo Armijo
2021 Summer Fellow
Gabriela Murillo Armijo is a second year Masters student at Georgetown University in the Conflict Resolution program. Currently she is working on her masters thesis, researching guerrilla groups strategies and participation in negotiations. In May 2020 she graduated magna cum laude from Adelphi University with a B.A. in Political Science. During her time at Adelphi, she interned at a non-profit organization, Make the Road New York (MRNY), as a Rapid Response intern assisting with legal representation, financial aid, and providing other resources to undocumented immigrants. She also interned at the New York State Division of Human Rights (NYSDHR) as an investigation intern where she investigated violations of the NYS Human Rights Law. At Georgetown she has focused her research on peace processes post-conflict, specifically in Latin America. Gabriela has also recently interned at the Stimson Center as a Research Assistant (RA) in the Protecting Civilians in Conflict Program for the Host-state Consent in UN Peace Operations project. As an RA, Gabriela conducted extensive research on UN Peacekeeping Missions and the host-states relationship with the missions.