Class of 2023
Hometown: Lubbock, TX
Bio: Natalie Chaudhuri is a first-year M.A. in Latin American Studies student and a member of the Walsh School of Foreign Service's Class of 2022. She is an accelerated degree student, starting her final year of undergraduate courses for a bachelor's degree in Regional and Comparative Studies concentrating in Africa and Latin America with a minor in English. Natalie has worked at Georgetown as a research assistant through the BSFS Undergraduate Scholars Program and founded a gun violence prevention chapter at the university. Outside of Georgetown, she has worked with the Bureau of Populations, Refugees, and Migration for the U.S. Department of State, briefly conducted research with the OAS' Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and interned with local migrant-related nonprofits and Texas political campaigns. She enjoys fantasy novels, Zumba, and baking.
Concentration: Governance and Leadership
Research Area - Substantive: Migration and Refugees, Women's Rights
Research Area - Geographic: Colombia, Chile, U.S./Mexico Relations