Embracing Curiosity

Hello! My name is Brianna.

I’m a senior at the American University School of International Service in Washington, D.C.

I study international affairs with a focus on migration and refugee policy. I also study Spanish and Latinx topics, and I intern at the International Rescue Committee. After graduation in May 2018, I plan to continue working in refugee resettlement or U.S. immigration policy. (Read my resumé to learn more about my path.)

I’m the Director of Philanthropy for No Lost Generation, and I’m also part of the AU Gospel Choir, AU Mock Trial, and the AU Catholic Student Association‘s music ministry.  I work at Janney Elementary School’s aftercare programs as a program assistant and counselor.

Take a look at my portfolio of  research on the use of coercive migration in the 2016 E.U.-Turkey refugee deal, which I completed as an SIS Olson Scholar in 2017.

You can also see posts about my time in Santiago de Chile, my professional development in my final semester of university, and my other writing samples.

 

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