Major Fellowship Activities: Keppler researched and wrote “Central Africa: The Influx of Arms and the Continuation of Crisis.” She co-wrote an editorial advisory on “Who Will Pay and Who Will Profit from NATO Expansion.”
Current Activities: Keppler is Associate Director in the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch, where she conducts research and advocacy regarding efforts to ensure justice for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. Her work focuses on accountability for international crimes committed in Africa, particularly Sudan, South Sudan, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Uganda and the Central African Republic, before domestic and hybrid courts and the International Criminal Court. She worked part -time during law school as a research associate for the Arms and Conflict Program based at the Fund for Peace, where she researched all aspects of arms trafficking to conflict zones. She co-wrote Casting the Net? The Implications of the U.S. Law on Arms Brokering with Loretta Bondì.