Tara Boyd, Programs Intern
Tara BoydTara Boyd is a sophomore at George Washington University majoring in International Affairs with a concentration in Contemporary Cultures and Societies and minoring in Arabic Studies. She is currently the Sisterhood Officer of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service sorority, and acts as an Assessment Assistant for the Campus Living and Residential Education department. Tara aims to explore the complex relationship between governmental affairs, religion, and culture to target structural violence in the Middle East and beyond. She is also interested in researching issues in South Asia, the Levant, Global Mental Health, and women’s equality. As a Programs Intern with WFPG, Tara hopes to learn from professionals in foreign policy and advance her skills in planning, communications, and research.
Madison Dwyer, Programs Intern
Madison DwyerMadison Dwyer is a sophomore at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service majoring in International Politics and minoring in Psychology and Jewish Civilization. As a Core Research Assistant at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and a Research Fellow in the Global Irish Studies Initiative, she is interested in exploring the intersections between governmental systems and religiosity. Additionally, she has worked as a Teaching Assistant for a seminar on International Relations and a Student Strategist at Georgetown's Institute of Politics and Public Service, both of which have allowed her to engage with issues of global communication and state-building more deeply. Madison looks forward to her time with WFPG and further augmenting her experience in foreign policy.
Ishani Chettri, Communications Intern
Ishani ChettriIshani Chettri is a junior at George Washington University double majoring in Journalism and International Affairs with a concentration in Asian Studies. She is currently the President of the US-China Strategic Studies Organization, a Web Developer for the GW Hatchet, and an Undergraduate Research Fellow for the GW Institute of Korean Studies. Ishani aims to build her knowledge of northeast Asian societies and cultural traditions to better understand nations like China’s and Japan’s current-day political atmospheres to supplement her pursuit of a career in foreign correspondence. She hopes to report on advancing technology within the space and health industries in the future, and further grow WFPG’s social media presence during her time as a Communications Intern this spring.
Madison Gummer, Communications Intern
Madison GummerMadison Gummer is a junior at Grinnell College majoring in Political Science with intended concentrations in Policy Studies and Global Development. Madison has tailored her undergraduate degree to have a heavy focus on international relations, public policy, and human rights. At Grinnell College, she sits as a Rosenfield Committee Member helping to develop, plan, and market events in her subject area to the greater Grinnell community. With her history in event planning, she has developed a deep interest in marketing and helping brands and organizations curate their identities. She is excited to expand upon these passions as a Communications Intern this spring with WFPG. She looks forward to building on her professional knowledge in this field and enjoying the opportunities that arise.