Freya Jamison

Student Programs Intern

Freya Jamison is a '17 from Olympia, Washington. At Dartmouth she is double-majoring in Arabic and Government, and hopes to pursue a career in public service. Her interests include global gender equality, human rights law, and international security. She has spent terms studying Arabic in Oman on the State Department's Critical Language Scholarship, Spanish in Argentina on a Dartmouth study abroad program, and international relations at the London School of Economics. In addition to working for the Dickey Center, Freya has served as a virtual intern for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, is Editor-In-Chief of World Outlook, Dartmouth's Journal of International Affairs, and co-chair of the Haven Cooking Program, a local service group. Freya researches on foreign policy decision making with Professor Jeffrey Friedman as a Presidential Scholar. The past two summers she has interned in the office of UN Ambassador Samantha Power and the U.S Embassy in Rabat, Morocco as part of the State Department's Foreign Service Internship Program.

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