Caroline Meserve



Caroline Meserve graduated from St. Olaf College with a B.A in political science and economics in 2016. She spent her junior year studying abroad at the London School of Economics. Caroline previously interned for an NGO working to combat human trafficking and for U.S. Senator Michael Bennet. During her last semester of college she along with ten other students started a movement on campus in order to change the way her college handled sexual misconduct. The movement received national attention from media outlets including Newsweek, Teen Vogue, TIME, Huffington Post Women, The Star Tribune, and xoJane


Women World Leaders Discuss Gender Equality in Politics, UN Photo/Rick Bajornas

Women in Diplomacy Podcast: Women, Peace and Security at NATO with Amb. Marriët Schuurman

February 22, 2017
The Foreign Policy Project is an educational mentorship program for young women interested in careers in international relations. The project produces a podcast called “Women in Diplomacy.”
Women Peace Makers

Can Women Make the World More Peaceful?

February 14, 2017
Empowered women have the agency and ability to move a society rife with conflict toward sustainable peace.
Women building peace in Colombia

Why WPS Needs Young Feminists

January 27, 2017
I am a young feminist and I am here to tell you that you need us.
Glass Ceilings for Women in Politics

Glass-Ladders and Glass-Cliffs

December 12, 2016
With the newly elected U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, women are beginning to form a critical mass of representation within the world’s highest offices. 
Grassroots Female Peacebuilders

Five things you should know about grassroots women crisis responders

December 07, 2016
From Kenya, to Colombia, to Nepal, to Iraq, grassroots women are providing lifesaving humanitarian relief. Here is what you need to know.