Fellow News

Council of American Ambassadors Fellowship Alumni - Where are they now?

Recent Fellow News

  • Cameron Combs

    Class of 2011
    Cameron Combs is enrolling in the University of Chicago's dual MBA/MPP program this fall. Previously, he was a Brazil researcher at the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy, and a program associate at the Inter-American Dialogue, a think tank.
  • Jasmine Wyatt

    Class of 2014
    Jasmine Wyatt is currently serving as a Legislative Correspondent on healthcare, prescription drug pricing, Social Security, and medical research. She also just finished serving as the 2016 Ohio Cherry Blossom Princess in the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
  • Dominic Watson

    Class of 2014
    Dominic Watson is currently working as an Emissions Market & Policy Analyst for PIRA, a New York based energy market research firm.
  • Patrick May

    Class of 2010
    Patrick May is currently employed as an Associate at Knowesis Inc., a contracting company that primarily operates in the military health sector.
  • Daniel Severson

    Class of 2009
    Daniel Severson graduated in May 2016 from the Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School with joint J.D./M.P.P. degrees.
  • Luke Zaro

    Class of 2015
    Luke graduated Summa Cum Laude this May from Fordham University with a B.A. in International Political Economy. He currently is interning in the Public Affairs Office for Etihad Airways and will be enrolling at the University of Virginia Law School as a Dillard Scholar in the fall.
  • David Goldstein

    Class of 2015
    David Goldstein just graduated from Macalester College with majors in Computer Science, International Studies, and Arabic Language. He lives in DC and works with the Department of Defense in intelligence analysis.
  • Marian Grove Ingrams

    Class of 2007
    Marian Ingrams graduated from Harvard Law School in Spring 2016. After taking the NY Bar Exam, she will spend the next 16 months pursuing a Fulbright and other research grants in Burma and India.
  • Loully Saney

    Class of 2015
    Loully Saney is a 2015 alumnus of the Council of American Ambassadors Annenberg Fellowship. During her fellowship, she interned at the Department of State's Office of Iranian Affairs. She received a Certificate of Appreciation at the culmination of her internship for her contributions toward U.S. government efforts to reach a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran. Loully is a student at Princeton University, graduating in December 2016 where she is a Politics major studying international relations with a focus on the Middle East. During the summer of 2016, Loully is interning at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy where is she is working with the Technology and Innovation Team. Previously, in the Spring of 2014, Loully interned at the White House National Economic Council, where she worked in the front office as well as with the international economics team on the National Security Council. Following the White House internship at NEC, she studied abroad at Oxford University's Worcester College where she took courses in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. She concentrated in international economics with a focus on the Middle East, sanctions policy, oil, and trade while at Oxford. At Oxford, she served as Chair of the International Students Campaign, representing both undergraduate and graduate students in the Student Union. She also served in Worcester College's Student Government. Loully hopes to pursue a career in public service after Princeton.
  • Daniella Mak

    Class of 2009
    Daniella Mak recently moved from the Department of Defense to the Department of State. At State, Daniella is a Senior Monitoring Evaluation Specialist in the Bureau of African Affairs. She is responsible for monitoring and evaluation of regional and bilateral security assistance programs throughout Africa.