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IAS graduates are prepared for careers in international business, diplomacy and public service, and have the academic skills necessary to pursue a more advanced degree.

IAS graduates have pursued careers in 
International Trade ~ Inter national Business Administration ~ Advertising and Public Relations ~ Public Policy and Affairs ~ International and Environmental Law ~ International Development ~ Travel and Tourism ~ International Consulting ~ Cultural Affairs ~ Interpreting and Translating ~ International Relations ~ International Security Affairs ~ Intelligence ~ Foreign Service ~ Arms Control and Disarmament ~ Research and Development ~ International Advocacy  

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Young Alumni Mentors

Below you will find a list of CIS alumni who can be contacted for advice and mentoring. This list includes their current position, contact information and areas of expertise/interest so that students can contact someone who is most similar to their career path or study after graduation.

Mentor Current Interests & Expertise Contact
Anna Przebinda Staff Assistant; Senator Tim Kaine Political campaigns and U.S. Government
Alexis Taitel Resource Management Analyst, U.S. Department of State Weapons security, human trafficking, export controls, nuclear nonproliferation, landmine removal
Cara McGrath Wake Forest University, MA Candidate - Management, Finance, Marketing, and sub-Saharan Africa Peace Corps, graduate school, international development
Matthew Bebb Denver University, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, MA Candidate; Pardee Center for International Futures, Forecasting & Analysis; Colorado Consular Corps, Intern; Lynx Global Intelligence. Knowledge of opportunities in Denver and West Coast along with CSR related roles. Security, trade, and economics, specialization in political risk, the former Soviet Union, and the Middle East
John Zubialde JD, University of Oklahoma, College of Law Law School, international energy, international business, human rights
Stephanie Eyocko Johns Hopkins University Center in Nanjing, Energy Resources and the Environment Mandarin, energy & environment
Nick Aguilera Recent MA, City & Regional Planning, UC Berkeley; Rivers, Trails, Conservation Assistance Program, US National Park Service Environmental justice, health, & equity; Tranportation & infrastructure; urban design; Latin America; public participation & community engagement; community development; mapping & geospatial analysis
Lester Asamoah Foreign Service, US Department of State Graduate schools, fellowship opportunities, U.S. State Department
Rachele Clegg Recent ISS Graduate Practical help for DC Area (housing, internships), Spanish, Latin America,
Robin Rainey Kiehl MD Candidate, OU-TU College of Community Medicine Social Determinates of Health, IAS and Medicine, MCAT & Medical School
Tyler Nunley Associate Director of National Scholars Program, University of Oklahoma Latin America, Teach For America, Higher Education, Foreign Service Process
Andrew Crain Program Coordinator for Congressional Affairs, German Marshall Fund Russian Studies, transatlantic relations, governmental & research institutions.
Blessing Ikpa MA Candidate, American University School of International Service Graduate school (application process, etc.), State Department, United Nations, life in DC, internships
Daniel Moses Small Business Program Manager, Innovation Hub, University of Oklahoma Israel/Palestine, advising start-ups, funding opportunties for new businesses
Priscilla Gomes Associate Education Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Humanitarian and development affairs, African affairs, refugees’ issues, international education, Portuguese, French, life in Africa and working at the United Nations.
Brad Crofford Legislative Assistant, Council for Christian Colleges & Universities Government relations, religion, higher education, sub-Saharan Africa, economic development