Melissa Batchelor Warnke is a writer, editor, and researcher. She currently studies memory and design as a Fulbright fellow in Rwanda, serves as an editor at The Morning News, and writes nonfiction. In past lives, she worked for the Google Creative Lab, the Open Society Foundations' Africa Office, and the Save Darfur Coalition. Melissa has traveled to more than 25 countries, including six African countries. Musanze, Stone Town, New York, Budapest, Berlin, and Benares are her favorite cities.