On a favorite class
My favorite class at The Fletcher School is Geopolitics of Energy in Eurasia taught by Professor Andrew Hess. The course examines my research interests of the role of energy issues in the contemporary geopolitics of Eurasia. Professor Hess' professional and academic background, as well as the unique perspectives of students from the region, have enhanced my understanding of the complexities of energy security in Eurasia. I seek to use the knowledge I gain from this course to conduct research in the region.
On Fletcher alumni
I experienced the significant power of the "Fletcher Mafia" during my summer internship at the State Department. When a foreign service officer discovered that I was part of the Fletcher community, they went above and beyond to help me with my assignments and provide additional contacts if they couldn't help. The mentorship I have received from Fletcher alumni has helped guide my studies and provided me with a rich resource for professional development.
Activities at Fletcher
- Tufts Energy Conference
- Diplomacy Club
- CVE Working Group
Education before Fletcher
- Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs, The George Washington University
Experience before Fletcher
- Pickering Fellow, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, USA
- Research Assistant, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, DC, USA
- Research Assistant, RWR Advisory Group, Washington, DC, USA