AGS will host its annual career night on November 15, 2012 at 5:30 pm in Sanford 05. Refreshments will be provided.
Chelsea Goldstein is an International Relations Specialist on the Europe-Eurasia Area Desk at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), where she works to synchronize DTRA’s programs to combat weapons of mass destruction with the U.S. European Command and other U.S. government agencies. As an undergraduate at Duke, Chelsea was one of the founding members of the American Grand Strategy Undergraduate Council and President of the Duke Debate Team. Chelsea graduated with a BA in Political Science in 2012, and currently serves on the Trinity College Board of Visitors.
Ella Lipin is a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations for the Middle East and Africa Studies department. From 2010-2011 she was a Fulbright grantee working at Al Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. She graduated from Duke University in 2010 magna cum laude with highest honors and a double major in Political Science and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, as well as a certificate in Islamic Studies.
Eric Lorber is a JD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and an adjunct staff member at the Institute for Defense Analyses. He has previously served on the Iran Sanctions desk in the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Intelligence, where he helped implement economic sanctions against the Central Bank of Iran and affiliated Iranian financial institutions. He has also worked for the Center for Strategic Studies and has written on cyber warfare, economic sanctions, the credibility of security assurances, and civil-military relations.
Gill Stevens is a campaigns specialist who has worked on congressional, gubernatorial, and presidential races. He currently works as a communications director on a top 10 Congressional race and previously worked on Capitol Hill as a press secretary for a freshman congressman. In 2009, after graduation, Gill worked for the McCain presidential campaign and later worked for a member of Congress from Illinois. Gill graduated from Duke University with a BA in Political Science and minors in History and Religion.