Kelly Bienhoff, MA
Kelly Bienhoff oversees curriculum development for forensic training workshops and monitoring and evaluation for the Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones. Bienhoff also manages the department’s internship program and provides logistical, administrative, and programmatic support to consultants and staff. She is energized by interacting daily with professionals from the medical, legal, and law enforcement sectors who work to investigate and document human rights violations.
During her graduate studies, Bienhoff studied international law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and interned at the Madaa Silwan Creative Center in East Jerusalem, where she led educational activities for children and youth. Bienhoff’s experiences in Jerusalem furthered her interest in international law and helped cement her desire to work for a human rights organization.
Prior to joining PHR, Bienhoff worked for the U.S. National Park Service as a contracting office assistant and volunteered as program director for the University of Denver’s Sustainable International Development Institute.
Bienhoff holds an MA in international human rights from the University of Denver and a BA in political science, Spanish, and international studies from Saint Louis University. She is fluent in Spanish, proficient in French, and conversational in Italian.
Blog Posts by Kelly Bienhoff, MA
- Regardless of Outcome, Katanga Verdict Will Be a Significant Step Forward (March 4, 2014)
- International Women's Day: Advancement of Women Survivors of Sexual Violence (March 8, 2012)
- World AIDS Day: Call for Alaeis' Unconditional Release (December 2, 2010)