Troy studies U.S.-Japanese Relations and geopolitical developments in the South Pacific through the Global Politics and Security concentration. He served as the the Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs last year. Prior to Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS), Troy worked overseas as an Assistant Language Teacher as part of the JET Program for three years in Nagano, Japan. Troy holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from the University of Florida.
Troy is a public diplomacy and public relations practitioner. He previously worked for the State Department and for Senator Kay Hagan. He has prior experience in program management, alumni engagement, social media outreach, and community organizing. His professional interests include diplomatic history, foreign policy decision-making, diversity and inclusion advocacy, and public policy development. He enjoys cooking, sumo, and Dungeons and Dragons.
"MSFS has the best of the best. My cohort has inspired me to push myself and I am grateful for all of them.”
Robinson. (2019) Growing Voices: Globalizing Civil Society. Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, Volume V. [https://issuu.com/georgetownsfs/docs/gjaa_vol_5]