Héloïse Goodley

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Héloïse Goodley

Army Chief of General Staff Research Fellow, International Security


Héloïse Goodley is the Army Chief of General Staff visiting research fellow in the International Security Department.

She commissioned into the Army in 2007, having previously worked in London for five years as a management consultant. In her Army career she has deployed twice to Afghanistan, serving with the British Forces and the United States Marine Corps, and also deployed in support of the NATO mission in Libya.

Most recently she has returned from working in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Héloïse’s research at Chatham House focuses on the military contribution to women, peace and security, and the role of women in the military.

She has been a panellist at a number of Chatham House events, and presented at conferences around the world. Héloïse is also a part-time PhD student at King’s College London, and author of the book An Officer and a Gentlewoman.

Areas of expertise

  • Women, peace and security
  • Gender and the military
  • Women in the military

Past experience

2017 – presentPart-time PhD, King’s College London
2018Gender & protection adviser, United …read more

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