Interns

Spring 2017 Interns

Spring 2017 Interns

Stefanie Feltwell is a senior at the University of South Carolina studying International Business and Economics with minors in French and German. Her focus lies in the intersection between business and humanitarian work which she applies to her senior thesis research on the economic integration of refugees in South Carolina. Stefanie’s previous professional experience includes interning with the South Carolina Department of Commerce Europe Office in Munich, Germany. She also worked as an intern for the NGO Community Empowerment Solutions in the Dominican Republic, providing consulting services to local businesses and organizations. Her other international experience involves studying business, politics, and language in Morocco, Japan, and France. After graduation, Stefanie plans to earn a master’s degree in International Affairs and continue her work in international relations and development.

Alicia Lee is a senior at American University, pursuing a B.A. in International Studies with a focus in International Development. She is particularly interested in global health and education for young girls. Prior to working with UNIC, Alicia was an associate at the White House. Alicia has also worked with the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the United Nations Foundation where she performed research, writing, and high-level event coordination for various occasions as an intern. In her spare time, Alicia enjoys traveling, playing the violin, going to coffee shops in the city, and spending time with friends and family.

Carlos Rodriguez-Cruz y Celis is a junior at The University of Texas at Dallas, studying Honors Global Business and Marketing at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is an Archer Fellow with the University of Texas System, and is interested in nuclear security and nonproliferation issues. As a member of the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Youth Group, he participated in the 71st UN General Assembly, and launched an international program to involve youth in global security and nonproliferation affairs. He spent a semester at the Vienna University of Economics, and has participated in international conferences with the CTBTO in New York City, San Francisco, and Vienna. Originally from Puerto Rico, he is interested in pursuing a career in diplomacy.

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