Meredith Kravitz / @MerKravitz
Junior Fellow at The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History
Meredith Kravitz is a Junior Fellow at The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History. She is a doctoral candidate in international relations at the University of Toronto, focusing on resource competition, energy geopolitics, international security, and foreign policy. She also currently works as a researcher for the Arctic Security Program at the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation. In 2010, Meredith graduated from Yale University’s Jackson Institute of Global Affairs with a Master of Arts in International Relations, where she obtained a Graduate Certificate of Specialization in International Security Studies. She also holds a Master of Arts in English: Issues in Modern Culture from University College London, and a Bachelor of Arts in Honours English Literature from Concordia University.