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Kelsey Anne Jones

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Anne Jones has found a wide array of enriching opportunities at UGA that allow her to pursue diverse interests from public policy to community service to international travel. A fourth year Foundation Fellow, she is pursuing joint Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees through the Honors Program. She is on the leadership board of Roosevelt @ UGA, a student-run think tank that helps students develop, write, and publish public policy. Her interest in health policy has led her to pursue the…

Lucas Llanso Puente

Lucas Puente

Senior Honors student Lucas Llanso Puente has a bright future. He has published research about American trade with Nicaragua, and he has worked as an intern at the U.S. embassy in Nicaragua. He is on UGA’s model United Nations team and he holds leadership positions with the Roosevelt Institution, a student-run think tank. He worked in Washington, D.C. for Barack Obama and worked with the finance team at the North Carolina State Ports Authority on an activity based costing project…

Arthur Tripp

Arthur Tripp Jr.

Senior Arthur Tripp plans a future in government. He was part of UGA’s inaugural class in the Washington Semester program, and he was a student representative to the University System of Georgia Board of Regents responsible for advising them on issues important to students. Particularly, he worked to open communication with college textbook publishers and helped create cheaper textbooks for students. He has also represented UGA students on the Student Alumni Council, which is responsible for fostering a relationship between…

Ashley Bartlett

Ashley Bartlett

A native of Lake Mary, Fla, Ashley plans to graduate in spring 2011 with a double major in International Affairs and History. Active in UGA’s Honors Program, Ashley has gained valuable academic experience traveling the world as well as participating in the classroom. She plans to one day join the Foreign Service as a political officer.

Jenna Ziesenhene

Jenna Ziesenhene

With sights set on on a career in diplomacy and national/international security, Honors student Jenna Ziesenhene realizes the value of experience. The UGA Washington Semester Program allowed her to serve as an intern in the White House in spring 2010, and she’s also interned at the U.S. Department of Defense (summer 2010) and the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation in Santa Barbara, Calif. (summer 2009). Jenna will receive a B.A. degree in International Affairs and B.S. degree in Psychology in spring…

Yasmin Yonis

Yasmin Yonis

When she was three years old, Yasmin Yonis and her family came to Atlanta as refugees from the civil war in Somalia. This experience has shaped her life in such a way that she plans to take all the experiences and opportunities she has had in the U.S. to make the world better for others who are suffering or disadvantaged. She works as opinions editor of the Red and Black student newspaper, and she has studied in Washington, D.C. She…