Coordinator: Jessica Reed
Jessica Reed is an M2 student at the Science Po Paris School of International Affairs, studying International Security with concentrations in Global Health and Research Methods. She has a background in mental health and suicide prevention, and has worked on various research projects from the effects of war on soldiers to the impacts of Brexit. She has particular research interests in post conflict reconciliation, mental health and global health more generally, LGBT+ inclusion and European affairs.
- Morgan Martinez
Morgan Martinez is an American postgraduate student in the Human Rights and Humanitarian Action program at Sciences Po, where she specializes in diplomacy and Latin America. She has been working for the Division for Gender Equality at UNESCO for the past 3 months, assisting with projects that promote the rights of women, girls, and LGBTQ individuals. She previously studied Peace, War, and Defense in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and is fluent in English and French.
- Rauda Amer
Rauda Amer is a postgraduate student in Economics and Public Policy at Sciences Po. She has worked at Deloitte-Egypt as a consultant and at a research centre focusing on knowledge and innovation. Rauda has also conducted fieldwork and research on community development and women’s empowerment for an NGO in Cambodia. In the future, she hopes to design effective policies in economic development to tackle global issues in poverty, health, education, and inequality.
- Sabrina George
Sabrina George is an American-Taiwanese postgraduate student in International Development at Sciences Po with concentrations in her main interests, global health and project management. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Leiden University in the Netherlands, she completed an internship with the public affairs branch of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). Her research interests include reproductive health and improving health equity worldwide.
- Sara Casadevall Belles
Sara Casadevall i Bellés comes from Girona ( Spain) and she is pursuing a masters in International Public Management at SciencesPo Paris, specialising in Human Rights and Global Economic Policy. She has research experience in social progress and social inequalities and she worked for the Environmental NGO Plant-for-the-Planet, based in Germany. Sara is particularly interested in Environmental policies, Education and New technologies. She is fluent in Catalan, Spanish, English and French.
- Christine Murray
Christine Murray has obtained an undergraduate degree in Global Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a graduate degree in International Relations from the University of Warsaw, where she completed her master thesis on EU asylum law. She has pursued several complementary study and research opportunities during her academic career in both English and French including at the University of Bordeaux, the University of Bologna, and Sciences Po. Her academic and career interests center on political science research with a focus on EU politics and law.