Fellow News

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

Recent Fellow News

  • Rachel Iacono

    Class of 2017
    Rachel Iacono just began a position as the Global Client Service Coordinator at Chin & Curtis, LLP, a small immigration law firm in Boston, MA. She works in the firm’s global practice, assisting attorneys in that department with international casework and research.
  • Patrick May

    Class of 2010
    Patrick May is currently an Associate at Knowesis, Inc., a contracting company that does work primarily in the Military Health arena. His work focuses on program management and oversight of military medical research.
  • Tabatha Anderson

    Class of 2017
    Tabatha just graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with two B.A. degrees, one in Chinese and one in Government and Politics with a concentration in International Relations. She is currently interning at the Center for Strategic and International Studies with the China Power Project.
  • Rosa Cuppari

    Class of 2016
    Rosa is wrapping up her time as a Research Analyst at Global Water Intelligence in the UK this summer. She will be starting an M.S. in Environmental Sciences and Engineering at UNC Chapel Hill in the fall, focusing on financial risk in water systems.
  • Francheska Loza

    Class of 2014
    Francheska is currently a Community Organizer for the Disruption Strategies team at Polaris, a national anti-human trafficking non-profit based in DC. Before this she worked for in the International Litigation and Arbitration department of Foley Hoag LLP for two years.
  • Jessica Bruce

    Class of 2007
    Jessica Bruce is Associate Director of the Sustainable Development Research Centre at Ipsos MORI in London, where she conducts primary research and project evaluations on international development issues. She holds an MSc in Economics from the University of Nottingham and a BS in Economics and International Political Economy from the University of Puget Sound and served in the Peace Corps in Benin.
  • Jamie Kwong

    Class of 2017
    Jamie Kwong graduated from USC with a BA in International Relations and a master's in public diplomacy. She will be headed to the UK in the fall to pursue her PhD in War Studies as a Marshall Scholar.
  • Valerie Brusilovsky

    Class of 2009
    Valerie Brusilovsky works as a Foreign Affairs Specialist at the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). NNSA’s mission is to prevent nuclear weapons proliferation and reduce the threat of nuclear and radiological terrorism around the world. The most difficult step in the development of an improved nuclear device is acquiring weapons-usable nuclear material. Within NNSA, Valerie works for the Office of Material Management and Minimization in the Nuclear Material Removal program. There, she is responsible for working with international partners and facilities to remove or dispose of excess highly enriched uranium (HEU) and plutonium, working to minimize, and when possible, eliminate weapons-usable nuclear material around the world.
  • Ellen Beahm

    Class of 2017
    Ellen is working towards a Master of Public Policy at the University of Virginia's Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. She was thrilled to return to DC in summer 2018 as a State Department intern yet again.
  • Madeline Bauer

    Class of 2016
    Madeline Bauer is currently a Schwarzman Scholar and completing her Masters in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Next year she will be working at the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations in New York City.