JARRETT DANG is a senior at Seton Hall University double majoring in Diplomacy & International Relations and Economics with a minor in French. Jarrett previously interned at the United States Mission to the United Nations, where he worked in the Press and Public Diplomacy Section. In addition to writing for The Diplomatic Envoy, he is the Executive Producer for the Global Current podcast and a research assistant for the DiploLab. His areas of interest lie in global human rights, post-conflict reconstruction, and international development.
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MEG GAWRON is a junior triple-majoring in Diplomacy and International
Relations, Philosophy, and Economics. In addition to being the International News Editor, Meg competes on the Brownson Speech and Debate Team and is the founding secretary for Seton Hall’s chapter of the John Quincy Adams Society. Her interests include international law and health policy.
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ANDREA HEBEL is a sophomore in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations minoring in Spanish. She is a member of the Diplomacy Cohort of the Buccino Leadership Institute and is involved with Girl Up SHU, the Global Current Radio Show, and is a Diplomacy Peer Mentor. Annie previously interned at the Law Office of Rosina Stambaugh in York, Pennsylvania studying immigration law. Her interests include immigration law and policy and women’s rights.
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COLLIN DURAN is a senior majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations with a minor in Russian. He has previously interned with the Western Massachusetts Office of the Governor and currently interns with New York City Councilmember Ben Kallos. His interests include workers’ rights, racial equity, and international economic systems.
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HAMZAH KHAN is a sophomore in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations minoring in Arabic and History. He is a research assistant for the DiploLab, an associate producer for the Global Current, and a member of the Seton Hall United Nations Association. His interests include nationalism, decolonization, and international security.
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LAUREN-MARIE DIAWATAN is a junior double majoring in Economics and Philosophy with a minor in International Relations. Besides her role at the Envoy, she is also a member of the Honors Student Advisory Board. Her interests include international law and global health.
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KATHERINE DORRER is a freshman in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, pursuing a double major in philosophy and minoring in Spanish. She is a member of the Buccino Leadership Institute within the Diplomacy Cohort and is an active member in the Seton Hall Model United Nations Association, Girl Up SHU, and Women in Leadership. In addition, Katherine is the Freshman Officer for the Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association and part of the Strategic Communications Team of the Buccino Leadership Institute. Her interests include international security within the MENA region, climate change, and human rights.
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CHRISTIANA MONES is a junior in the School of Diplomacy. She is a Peer Advisor in the Center for Academic Success at Seton Hall. In addition, Christiana competes for Seton Hall’s Mock Trial and Model UN teams. Her interests include climate change, international law, and economics.
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SHWETA PARTHASARATHY is a sophomore at Seton Hall University majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations and minoring in Arabic. She is in the Buccino Leadership Institute’s Diplomacy Cohort and is also involved in The Global Current, Seton Hall’s foreign affairs podcast. Shweta is the manager of SHU Taal, an Indian classical dance team, and the co-founder and co-president of Girl Up Seton Hall, a chapter of an international UN Foundation initiative. Shweta’s primary interests include international law, human rights, the impact of conflict on civilian populations, and intersectionality in international relations.
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DR. COURTNEY B. SMITH is current acting dean and an associate professor at the Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations. His areas of study include international organizations, United Nations studies, and peace studies. In addition to the Envoy, he also advises the Seton Hall United Nations Association (SHUNA).
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