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Ashlee Godwin is a Fulbright Scholar in national security policy-making whose research specialisms include US-UK security relations and the UK contribution to post-conflict security-sector reform in Sierra Leone. She is a member of the inaugural class of the Millennium Fellowship, a two-year programme hosted by the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC.
Ashlee also researches and presents TV history documentaries, blogs for the Huffington Post and contributes to Centenary News, a website dedicated to events commemorating the First World War.
She holds an MA in War Studies from King's College London and a Bachelor's degree in Modern History from Oxford University, where her research focused on British military history and the conduct of international diplomacy.
Prior to joining RUSI, Ashlee worked at an international technology company, first as an editor of print and web publications and then at the head of the global communications and PR team.