My teaching methodology has always been to help students understand the motivations behind decisions. As long as they have that, they can apply their logic in any other scenario, even if they don't know every minute detail of what was going on. In this way, I try to always put my students into the decision maker's chair so they most fully understand historical events.
I am a rising senior and accelerated MA student at Georgetown's School of Foreign Service, studying International Security. I have worked previously as a Teaching Assistant in college and a peer tutor in high school. I look forward to working with you!
Education Georgetown University, Center for Security Studies, Washington, DC
Class of 2020, SSP Accelerated MA International Security
Georgetown University, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Washington, DC
Carroll Fellow, Class of 2019, BSFS International Politics, Concentrating in International
Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Geneva, Switzerland
Exchange BA-IR Program, 2017
Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA
Cum Laude, Class of 2015
Internships Research Associate with Global Migration Policy Associates, 2017-2018
Research Associate with GMPA President Dr. Patrick Taran, researched and authored chapters
for Cities Welcoming Refugees and Migrants and served as a liaison to United Nations of Geneva.
Updated and managed website.
Research Internship with Georgetown University Economics Department, 2016-2018
Research Assistant with Professor Pedro Gete, performed regression analyses on the relation
between default likelihood and natural disaster risk, along with an analysis of likely financial
effects of rising sea levels.
Research Internship with The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress, 2016
Research Assistant Intern with Professor Theodore Cristov focused on the United States as a
rising power circa 1800, Emmerich de Vattel's Le Droit Des Gens, and the origins of International
Work Clerical Assistant with Georgetown University Residential Housing Office
10-15 hours/week, managing package deliveries and housing administrative tasks.
Policy and Independent
Cassandra Project, 2017-2018
• Ongoing independent research into ways to predictably quantify Thucydides' Trap using
modified CINC metrics.
Policy Case Competition,NYU, 2016
Finalist, International Implications of Climate Change
Public Speaking The Philodemic Debate Society, 2017-2018
• Resolved: The US should not have granted immunity to Nazi scientists.
• Resolved: Use of military force to prevent nuclear proliferation is justified.
TedX Talks, 2015
• Presented on the topic of enduring Roman imperial influence.
Teaching Carroll Fellows Mentorship, 2018
• Organized mentorship group focused on escalation into conflict and Thucydides' Trap.
Created and operated wargame simulations of Thirty Years War, World War I,
hypothetical Baltic NATO/Russia conflict.
Georgetown University Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant 2016-2017
• Principles of Macroeconomics, International Finance, Professor Pedro Gete.
Foreign and Computer
• Proficient French, Basic Chinese (Mandarin, Simplified)
• Proficient Stata, Java, Microsoft Office. Basic C++, Python, Lua, HTML
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