Fall 2019 Interns

Biographies:

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Lydia Kim is a Conflict Analysis and Resolution major with a concentration of Global Engagement. She is interested in researching more into transnational human trafficking, especially of children. In the future, she hopes to work with the children who are involved in trafficking.

 

 

 

 


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Lily Krietzberg is a junior studying Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a concentration in Building Peace in Divided Societies. She is in the Honors College, has been a Peacebuilding Fellow, and is an S-CAR ambassador. Her areas of interest include interfaith dialogue, peacebuilding nonprofits, and white supremacy and extremism. Lily hopes to enter the Peace Corps after graduation.

 

 

 

 


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Jin Hee Park is a Conflict Analysis and Resolution major with a concentration in Building Peace in Divided Societies. Her areas of interests are Inter-Korean relations, and integration of North Korean defectors in the modern society. She hopes to pursue a career in peace building related organizations after graduation.

 

 

 


Seongmin Joo is a Conflict Analysis and Resolution major at George Mason University. He came from South Korea where George Mason Korea campus at. His biggest area of interest is interpersonal conflict and social problems. He enjoys listening to various types of music and travel different places.


55bf9ae4-41a9-4b45-989b-26e61e0cd673Clemence Bachabi is a senior at the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution with a concentration in Global Engagement. She is interested in issues of racism and social justice. She is particularly passionate about access to mental health services to underserved populations. When she is not on campus, she teaches French to preschoolers, chases after her two boys and knits.


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