Anisë Murseli is a junior majoring in philosophy with a focus on analytical philosophy. Her overall academic interests pertain to political philosophy, international law, economic development, and the history and politics of the Balkans. On campus, she is involved with the Optimates Society and Yale Political Union. She is a former Fellow of the Peace and Dialogue Leadership Initiative and an Undergraduate Fellow at the European Studies Council at Yale. Currently, she works for the Lowenstein Human Rights Project at Yale Law School on documenting ethnic cleansing in Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia. She partakes in writing comprehensive reports and building a real-time digital archive documenting Azerbaijan’s treatment of ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh, which will be submitted to the United Nations Special Rapporteurs. Beyond Yale, Anisë has contributed significantly to her home country, Kosovo. Her experience includes interning at Lëvizja FOL, working for the President of the Republic of Kosovo and her political cabinet, and conducting research for the Central Bank of Kosovo. She is the recipient of the Thomas C. Barry Award and the 'Best Young Economist' award conferred by the governor of the Central Bank in Kosovo. Last summer, she studied Private Law and Contract Enforcement in association with Yale Law School, Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas, and the International Court of Arbitration in France. Looking forward, Anisë plans to return to Kosovo with the intent to serve in public office. Her participation in the program is underpinned by a sincere aspiration to acquire the necessary skills to contribute to advancing her country's interests within its limited capacities.