Professor, Research Fellow, Johns Hopkins SAIS,
Vice President and President Emeritus of The Mongolia Society
Dr. Campi provides a comprehensive perspective on the democratization of Mongolia following the Cold War, geopolitics in Northeast Asia, as well as US-Mongolia relations.
She served as U.S. State Department Foreign Service Officer, the U.S Mission to the United Nations in New York. In 2016, she became the coordinator of the U.S. State Department’s Northeast Asia regional studies course at the Foreign Service Institute.
She was awarded the “Friendship” Medal by the Mongolian President (2004), the “Polar Star” (Mongolia’s highest medal, 2011), an honorary doctorate from the National University of Mongolia (2007)
Dr. Campi has published over 100 articles and book chapters on contemporary Chinese, Mongolian, and Eurasian issues. The Impact of China and Russia on U.S.-Mongolian Political Relations in the 20th Century, Mongolian Foreign policy in the Democratic Era, Mongolia and North East Asian Security: Nuclear Non-Proliferation, Environment and Civil Confrontations.