Fellow News

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

Recent Fellow News

  • Emily Wang

    Class of 2009
    Emily Wang graduated from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and will be moving to San Francisco in the Fall to work at Deloitte Consulting.
  • Samantha Stephens

    Class of 2009
    Samantha received her J.D. from the University of Montana School of Law in 2013 and is a member of the Montana Bar.
  • Caryl Merten

    Class of 2013
    Caryl Merten recently completed her Master's Thesis on development financing in Haiti, and completed an accelerated Master's in Public Policy curriculum at UVA's Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. From August 2015 to May 2016, she will be a Boren Fellow in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
  • Rebecca Braun

    Class of 2012
    Rebecca Braun is currently a Peace Corps Volunteer serving in Cameroon and working on Youth Development. She ends her tour in August and will travel to Rwanda, Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Romania, and Hungary . When she returns to the US at the end of 2015, she hopes to find a job in Washington, DC or Delaware. She can be reached at bexbraun@gmail.com or visit her Peace Corps blog at http://beckyslifeuncaged.blogspot.com/.
  • D. Rajeev Sibal

    Class of 2004
    Dr. D. Rajeev Sibal is an economist in London. Previously, he was a Principal at Fenrix, a boutique advisory/consulting firm in London. Rajeev began his career in banking with Citi in New York and Atlanta. Dr. Sibal wrote his PhD at the London School of Economics on Market Structues and Firm Incentives, with a particular focus on Emerging Markets. He also holds a MSc in International Political Economy from the LSE and BSc degrees from Georgia Tech in Industrial/Systems Engineering, Economics, and International Affairs. Rajeev speaks Portuguese fluently and is proficient in French and Spanish.
  • Natalie Siddique

    Class of 2013
    After living in Bangladesh, where she was an intern at the United Nations (UNDP), a consultant at Sajida Foundation (a micro-finance NGO), and a sub-editor at the Dhaka Tribune, Natalie Siddiqui returned to the US to start her own company in the incubator program at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in San Luis Obispo, California. She is the co-founder and COO of Moja Outdoors, Inc., and is pursuing her first venture— Moja Gear (mojagear.com) —a content and community-driven marketplace for rock climbers.
  • Tara Slough

    Class of 2011
    Tara Slough is pursuing a PhD in Political Science at Columbia University, where she studies comparative politics, quantitative methods, and political economy. She is a recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
  • Sophia Henager

    Class of 2014
    Sophia Henager is working in Grand Rapids, MI as a Policy and Advocacy Fellow with the Christian Reformed Church of North America in the Office of Social Justice. In this role, she advocates for social justice and humanitarian aid in Congress and educates the public in current legislation that addresses these issues. She plans on applying to law school this year and pursuing a degree in International Human Rights Law.
  • Sharon Sun

    Class of 2011
    Sharon Sun is a Senior Strategy Consultant at IBM Global Business Services in Washington, DC. She currently supports USAID's Office of Afghanistan & Pakistan Affairs and previously worked at the Pentagon with an US Army client. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Washington University in St. Louis in May 2012 with a major in International & Area Studies and minors in Political Science and Public Health.
  • Maria Slater

    Class of 2010
    After working as a teacher with Teach for America for two years in Metro Atlanta, Maria Slater returned to graduate school at the University of Virginia School of Law. She is beginning her third year of law school and working in Washington, DC this summer.