Hello all! We are pleased to announce the recipients of the GradGov Summer 2019 fellowship. While we received significantly more worthy applications than we were able to accommodate, we are excited to support this exceptional group and wish them the best in their summer work and travels! Here are the recipients:
Lillian Alexander - Master of International Development Policy, McCourt School of Public Policy: Internship at Kinde Mart, an Ethiopian based social enterprise to empower rural female entrepreneurs
Eustace Evan Jian Jun Goh - MBA at McDonough School of Business: Research Intern at the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank to work on funding for small businesses in the developing world.
Lily Tyndall - MA in Art and Museum Studies: Collections Management Intern for Sports at the National Museum of American History
Amy Chinanzvavana - MS Clinical Nurse Leader: CNL Student Nurse on the Thoracic-Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at University of Virginia
Aminat Yahaya - Master of Science in Foreign Service, Walsh School of Foreign Service: Summer Internship for US Dept of State: US Mission to Nato
Arush Gupta - MS in Economics: Research Assistant to Dr. Vincenzo Di Maro at Development Impact Evaluation - World Bank.
Oluwaseun Ajimoko - M.S. Health and the Public Interest: Will work as research assistant for Georgetown Professor Jessica Kritz on strengthening public health infrastructure in Ghana.
Morgan McKendry - MA in Art and Museum Studies: Archive researcher for time-based media art and street art at FRESCO Collective
Ethanette Reed - Health and Public Interest: Intern for the DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Laurine Molina - MA in Latin American Studies in SFS: Research Intern at the Atlantic Council Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
Greg Beaman - History, PhD: Will study property histories of cultural landmarks along North Claiborne Avenue in New Orleans.
Katherine Nazemi - MA, Democracy and Governance: Independent research project Sijal Institute in Amman, Jordan on competing governance structures in wake of Syrian war
Margret Chu - Global Human Development: Intern with World Bank in Aman, Jordan
David Peraza - Masters of Science in Foreign Service/JD: Legal Intern at Cervantes Salayandia & Cuevas