In March 2022, Kinsey Spears and Emily Prey teamed up to explain why US-China relations need gender analysis for Newlines Institute. Their article explains why the US must apply a…
Kinsey is a doctoral student at The Fletcher School where her work focuses on gender; security studies; and women, peace, and security. She is a research assistant and social media manager at the Feinstein International Center, and teaching fellow for Feinstein faculty. Kinsey is also a research fellow at the United States Army War College.
Kinsey completed her master’s at The Fletcher School, where her thesis explored the ways that children were impacted by security sector reform policies in Afghanistan. Prior to pursuing her degrees at Fletcher, Kinsey worked as the director of scheduling for a United States senator, served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in northern Cambodia, and worked with refugee communities in the Atlanta area. Kinsey holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Georgia in community development and Arabic.
Kinsey resides in Washington DC where she is completing her dissertation work, looking at the different ways the United States Army is implementing the United States’ Strategy on Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) to identify roadblocks and entry points for success.