Class of 2018

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Patrick Kim

Specializations: Immigration, Organized Crime, and CT/CN

Patrick is a commissioned officer and graduate of the United States Military Academy.  In 2012, the Army selected Patrick to serve as a foreign area officer, regionally focused on Latin America.  Patrick has most recently served at the U.S. Embassy in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he liaised between the embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation and the Escuela Nacional de de Operaciones de Paz del Uruguay.

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Emilie Newton

Specializations: Development economics in regards to natural resource preservation

Hometown: Santa Barbara, California Bachelor of the Arts in International Affairs and Political Science at Lewis and Clark College, studied abroad in Cuenca, Ecuador. She hopes to move back to Latin America in the future and work in an embassy…

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Sarah White

Specializations: Migration policy and post-conflict diplomacy as they relate to Latin America

Sarah graduated from Wake Forest University in May of 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish, and a minor in Latin American Studies. She has worked and studied in Santiago, Chile twice, through both Georgetown and Wake Forest.

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Tiffany Wilt

Specializations: Development

Tiffany received her associates degree with honors from Montgomery College in 2015. In 2017, she graduated cum laude from Smith College with a bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology, a minor in Latin American Studies and a concentration in Translation Studies. After graduating from CLAS in December of 2018, Tiffany plans on working in the international development sector. In the long term she would like to return to graduate school to pursue a PhD in anthropology.