Inspired by her roots and sparked by her experiences at SFS, Jescinta Izevbigie (SFS’14) has set herself on a path of research and service in Africa. Her focus on gender issues in post-conflict African countries has taken her around the African continent, from Liberia and Nigeria to Rwanda and South Africa.
Willard Leon Beaulac (SFS’21) was the first person ever to receive a diploma from the School of Foreign Service. He then went on to serve a distinguished career as the Ambassador to Paraguay, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, and Argentina.
The School of Foreign Service and the Global Human Development Program hosted “What’s It Take to Be a Hoya Entrepreneur?,” featuring a panel of Georgetown alumni reflecting on their experience with startup companies.
On Thursday, October 6, the Master of Science in Foreign Service Program (MSFS) hosted an event showcasing Dante Paradiso’s new book The Embassy: A Story of War and Diplomacy, which chronicles how the United States helped bring an end to the Liberian Civil War in 2003. The event featured the book’s author Dante Paradiso, an active Foreign Service Officer who served in Liberia during the time the book covers, and Ambassador John Blaney (MSFS’76) who figures centrally in the story.
The co-founders of Misfit Juicery, a start-up that turns deformed, bruised or ugly fruits and vegetables into juice—in an effort to combat food-waste—were one of five groups selected from more than 400 applicants.
Sarah Heck (MSFS’10), currently working for the White House as the Director for Global Engagement at the National Security Council, recently shared her reflections about the impact her MSFS degree had on her career path.