Angelic Young is Senior Coordinator of the newest initiative at the Institute for Inclusive Security, Resolution to Act. It provides support and expertise to countries seeking to create or implement National Action Plans on Women, Peace, and Security. She is responsible for leading development of the program’s innovative tools, including the National Action Plan monitoring and evaluation toolkit. She also leads planning for Resolution to Act country engagements, and coordinates the Resolution to Act staff. Previously, Mrs. Young worked at the Department of State for over ten years; most recently serving as the Senior Coordinator for Haiti Programs at the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). She also served as the Senior Coordinator for Peace and Security in the Office of the Director of U.S. Foreign Assistance, and as Deputy Director of the Office of Civilian Police and Rule of Law (INL) during her tenure at the Department of State. She is considered an expert in the implementation of international police missions, having previously led efforts to reform police operations in Afghanistan and Haiti, as well consulted on several other programs. Mrs. Young is a Truman Fellow, and a core faculty member of George Mason University’s Peace Operations graduate studies program, where she teaches a course titled, “International Police Operations.” She received her JD at Chicago Law and her bachelor’s in political science and women’s studies from Willamette University.