Student Analysts

Isabelle Granger

Student Analyst

Isabelle Granger (she/her) is a Student Analyst for the Digital Benefits Network (DBN) at the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University. As a research assistant, she supports ongoing research on digital identity in public benefits.

Isabelle is invested in equitable social change that centers good design and accessibility and is excited to explore this during her time at the Beeck Center. Previously, she spent several years working at the U.S. Department of State. Most recently, she managed the execution of foreign assistance funding for projects with various international organizations. During her time at the State Department, Isabelle spearheaded the effort to integrate updated data and technology practices into the business processes.

Isabelle is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. She is originally from Colorado and graduated with honors from the University of Colorado Boulder and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Isabelle is based in Washington, DC.