Class of 2020
Hometown: The transition to democracy of the Iberian Peninsula and its impact on the current political landscape in Spain
Education: B.A. German Area Studies; Feminist, Gender& Sexuality Studies; Law& Society
Work Experience: EMGIP – Intern at the Bundestag – Committee for International Parliamentary Assemblies (2018); Program Manager for The Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill (2017-18); Consultant Trainee at PeaceNexus (2015); Policy Intern at the Wyss Foundation (2014)
Why I Chose MAGES: I chose MAGES for the interdisciplinary scope of study it offered, for the incredibly inspirational, fun, and supportive atmosphere of the BMW Center and Faculty, and for the opportunity-rich environment of Washington D.C.!
Intended Academic Focus: EU involvement in Global Human Development; Migration & Asylum Policy