Carolyn is a second-year student in the Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) program concentrating in Global Politics and Security with a focus on gender policy and human rights. While at Georgetown she has completed internships with the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of Democracy of Human Rights and Labor, where she worked on the implementation of the Child Soldiers Prevention Act; as well as internships with Plan International in Myanmar, and with the International Republican Institute’s Women’s Democracy Network. Carolyn also served as the 2019 co-president of Georgetown Women in International Affairs (GWIA), a student group that aims to develop quality leadership among Georgetown graduate students and to increase the visibility of women in international affairs.
Prior to her studies at Georgetown, Carolyn worked as a Program Associate in the Membership Department at the Council on Foreign Relations, where she focused on membership prospecting and efforts to increase membership diversity. Carolyn holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in Diplomatic History and minored in Spanish and Political Science.
"I chose MSFS because of its blend of theory and practice, small class sizes, location, quality of professors, and strong sense of community.”