All Students

Miguel Boluda, MSFS '19

Within the MSFS program, Miguel is concentrating in Global Politics and Security and pursuing a Certificate in Diplomatic Studies. Additionally, Miguel served as the Co-President and Co-Founder of Georgetown FAST (Foreign Affairs, Science and Technology), which seeks to more deeply integrate science and technology issues into the study of international affairs.

Emma Borden, MSFS '19

Emma is a second-year student in the Master of Science in Foreign Service Program. Prior to enrolling in the MSFS program, Emma completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University as a College Scholar in International Relations and`Middle East Politics and worked with the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution. Emma is from New York and speaks Arabic.

Ben-Ari Boukai, MSFS '19

Ben-Ari is a Master of Science in Foreign Service student at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where he focuses on the intersection of the private and public sectors in addressing geopolitical developments. He is a member of the Global Business and Finance concentration and the International Business Diplomacy (IBD) program.

Boglarka Bozsogi, MSFS '19

Boglarka is a second-year student in the MSFS program. She focuses on conflict management, peacebuilding, and countering violent extremism.

William Brennan

Originally from Leonia, NJ, Will holds a B.A. from Trinity College, where he majored in History and German Studies. Before coming to MSFS, he worked as a Corporate Legal Assistant at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP and at Deutsche Bank USA. He was also a Peace Corps volunteer in South Africa and participated in a Fulbright Program in Germany. He speaks German, Spanish, French, and isiZulu.
Languages: German, Spanish, French, and isiZulu

Eric Britton, MSFS '20

Eric is concentrating in Global Business and Finance with interest areas in Latin America and Energy. Prior to the MSFS program, Eric worked for a development NGO in Western Guatemala as Director of Development and Interim Executive Director.

Emmie Bultemeier, MSFS '20

Emmie completed her undergraduate studies at Vanderbilt University. Prior to the MSFS program, she worked at Moraga y Cía Aboagados in Santiago de Chile and at the Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney. She most recently completed an internship with the U.S. State Department in the Office of Peace Operations, Sanctions, and Counterterrorism. Emmie is originally from Miami, Florida and speaks Spanish.

Thomas Byrne, Jr., MSFS '20

Tom is a former Marine Corps officer who is currently in the Global Politics and Security concentration in the MSFS program. He is interested in foreign policy and is working to become proficient in French.

Amy Calfas, MSFS '19

Amy is a second-year student in the MSFS program, concentrating in Global Politics and Security. Previously, she worked with the United States Institute of Peace, Human Rights Watch, and International Republican Institute. Amy has focused her studies around women, peace, and security.

Francisco E Campos Ortiz, MSFS '19

Francisco Campos is a Master of Science in Foreign Service candidate at Georgetown University, where he concentrates in Global Business and Finance. His field of expertise lies at the intersection of international trade and investment, business strategy, and innovation. Francisco, a national of Mexico, is fluent in Spanish, English, and French.