A native of Massachusetts, Julie loves languages, cultural exchange and service of others. In university, these three passions shaped her path as she completed a bachelor’s in international affairs and economics, traveled the Middle East, and interned at the International Rescue Committee, U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM), and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency. After graduation, Julie pursued these passions through a Fulbright Scholarship in Amman, Jordan, where she established and ran an informal education and mentoring program for Palestinian refugees in Baqa’a Camp as well as led a remedial English program at a local university. After her Fulbright, Julie worked with the International Organization for Migration, Iraq Mission, as well as International Relief and Development (IRD). Before coming to Princeton, Julie led IRD’s Community Engagement component in Za’atari Camp, establishing and managing community centers and sports fields with social, educational and recreational programming. This past summer, she completed her internship at UNICEF in Shu’fat, East Jerusalem. Julie is excited to utilize her time at the Woodrow Wilson School to find new skills and opportunities for service of others through international and public policy.