Ingrid is a senior in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, majoring in Regional and Comparative studies, with a focus in European and Russian studies. She is also pursuing a minor in Russian language. In the past, Ingrid has already interned for the Trade and Investment Department of the Brazilian Embassy, for the Brazil Industries Coalition, and for the Women for Women International Office in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Once she leaves Georgetown, she will be working as a financial analyst for the law firm Kobre & Kim in Miami, Florida.
At the Beeck Center, Ingrid coordinates the GU Impacts Fellowship, assisting with the selection process, facilitating program information sessions, analyzing program evaluations, and communicating with partners.
In her free time, Ingrid enjoys hiking, going to the beach, watching soccer and hockey games, and watching movies.
Education: BSFS, Regional and Comparative Studies – Minor in Russian Language – Georgetown SFS’18
Hometown: Washington, DC
Favorite Quote: “Diversity may be the hardest thing for a society to live with, and perhaps the most dangerous thing for a society to be without.” — William Sloane Coffin, Jr.
What I’m Reading Now: The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera