MARIAH McCLOSKEY is a senior double major in Diplomacy and Economics, with a minor in Arabic. Mariah assists with research through CCRE and is the President of the Odyssey Online. Mariah has interned with Musee Magazine, the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, the Phil Murphy Campaign, and The Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and Equality. While Mariah works at a music studio, her interest is in human trafficking prevention and equality for women’s educational rights.
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ANDREW WILSON is a junior at Seton Hall University. He has a double major in Political Science and Modern Languages (Arabic & Spanish) and minors in both Middle Eastern Studies and Diplomacy. In addition to his position for the Envoy, Andrew works as a Resident Assistant on campus. During the summer, Andrew took Arabic language classes at Lebanese American University’s New York City campus. Upon graduation, Andrew aspires to build his culture/area studies knowledge and language skills in a military capacity.
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JARRETT DANG is a sophomore at Seton Hall University double majoring in Diplomacy & International Relations and Economics, with minors in French and History. In addition to writing for The Diplomatic Envoy, he reports for the Global Current radio show and is involved in the Seton Hall United Nations Association (SHUNA). His areas of interest lie in Peace and Conflict Resolution, post-conflict reconstruction, and international development.
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STEPHANIE MILLER is a senior double majoring in Diplomacy and Religious Studies, with a minor in Arabic. Stephanie previously completed a research internship with the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. She was also a guest lecturer at The New York Times’ 2019 summer class “Inside the UN/Journalism/Law”. In addition to her work for the Envoy, she is also the Analysis Editor with WSOU 89.5 FM’s “Global Current” radio talk show. Her interests include mass atrocity prevention and post-conflict development.
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SAVERIA ANTONACCI is a junior Diplomacy & International Relations major, with minors in Economics and Russian from Staten Island, New York. Other than being involved with the Envoy, she is also an At-large Senator for Student Government Association at Seton Hall University and works as a member of Seton Hall’s Blue Crew. Saveria’s main interest is in environmental politics regarding its current and future impact on the world.
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ALYSSA FUTA is a junior with the School of Diplomacy and the Seton Hall Honors Program. Currently, Alyssa is Peer Educator for Know More and is a member of the Seton Hall Blue Crew. Additionally, she is the secretary for both Zeta Tau Alpha Lambda Xi Chapter and the Rotaract Club. In her free time, Alyssa busies herself with the duties of the Diplomacy Senator and Senate Secretary for the Student Government Association.
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TIEN PHAN is a junior Diplomacy and International Relations major. In addition to his role at the Diplomatic Envoy, he is an Upward Bound Program Mentor. Tien also is the Interview Editor with the “Global Current” WSOU’s radio talk show. In his free time, Tien teaches Newark high school students in Economics with Project Innovate Newark and English as a Second Language at International Rescue Committee.
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CASEY HATCHIMONJI transferred to Seton Hall in the Spring of 2019. She is currently a junior majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations, with minors in Economics and French. Previously, Casey studied abroad in Ireland with the American Field Service (AFS). She has also interned at the Office of the Orange County Public Defender. Casey’s interests lie in international law and environmental studies/politics.
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LUISA CHAINFERBER is junior at Seton Hall University majoring in Diplomacy and International Relations. Besides the Envoy, Luisa works as a desk assistant on campus and is the President of the Portuguese Culture and Language Club. This past spring, Luisa served as a writer for the Forté Foundation College Fast Track to Finance Conference that took place at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Her interests include international law, economics, and conflict resolution.
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DR. COURTNEY B. SMITH is current acting dean and an associate professor at the Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations. His areas of study include international organizations, United Nations studies, and peace studies. In addition to the Envoy, he also advises the Seton Hall United Nations Association (SHUNA).
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