Dao Tran is a second-year from Centreville, Virginia, majoring in Foreign Affairs and minoring in French. Her areas of interest include international relations, international law, and military law. Upon graduation, Dao plans on attending law school.
Jonathan Hagy is a third year from Abingdon, Virginia, in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. He is majoring in Public Policy and Leadership with a minor in Spanish. His areas of interest are national security, energy, and environmental policy as well as foreign affairs. Upon graduation he plans to attend law school.
Trisha Ghosh is a rising third-year student from Woodbridge, Virginia majoring in Leadership and Public Policy and minoring in History. Her areas of interest include international relations, humanitarian and human rights law, counterterrorism, and national security policy.
Charles is from Atlanta, Georgia, double majoring in Economics and Public Policy & Leadership. His areas of interest include national security & defense, economic development, international relations, and sustainable energy. Upon graduation, he hopes to join the foreign service or pursue a career in the national security field.
Amelia Wagner is currently a Master of Public Policy candidate at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. After graduating from Smith College with a degree in engineering and government, Amelia was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in South Korea. Upon returning to the U.S. Amelia worked in management at an industrial part supply company. Amelia’s areas of interests include national security and technology policy.
Maggie Sparling is a fourth-year from Oakton, Virginia double majoring in Economics and History and minoring in Foreign Affairs. She is also a first-year Master in Public Policy candidate at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Her academic and professional interests lie at the intersection of national security policy, international trade and finance, and emerging tech policy.
Isabel Dlabach is a rising third-year from Memphis, Tennessee majoring in Foreign Affairs and pursuing an MPP from the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy through their accelerated master’s program. Her areas of interest include international relations, defense policy, intelligence, and counterterrorism.
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