Lisa Hu, Communications Team Lead, '15
A senior from Boston, MA and the Bay Area, CA, Lisa studies Environmental Studies, Geography, Political Science, and Community and Global Health. She is excited to return to the IGC after 6 months living and traveling in the Middle East and North Africa region. She hopes to inspire global citizenship in others.
Anna Memphis Levine, Communications Assistant, '15
Anna Memphis is a senior from Louisville, KY majoring in Media and Cultural Studies with a minor in Art History. Anna Memphis is excited to apply the experiences gained from her recent time in Berlin, Germany and looks forward to contributing her creative and aesthetic input into promoting the IGC.
Riccardo Maddalozzo, Research Assistant, '15
Riccardo is a senior from Northern Italy majoring in International Studies and concentrating in Community and Global Health. He is looking forward to welcoming the new IGC student workers and continuing his work on the EMPaCT project..
Jesse Meisenhelter, Special Projects Assistant, '16
Jesse is a junior from Portland, Oregon majoring in Political Science with concentrations in Community and Global Health and International Development. This fall, she is studying migration in Morocco but looks forward to returning to the IGC for spring semester!
Helena Oddo, Communications Assistant, '16
Helena is a junior from Madison, Wisconsin majoring in History. She is looking forward to working at the IGC for another semester before studying abroad in Italy and the United Kingdom.
William Theriac, Programming & Outreach Specialist, '16
William is a junior most recently from South Carolina. He is majoring in International Studies, History, and minoring in Hispanic Studies. He is spending the Fall in Valladolid, Spain. He looks forward to expanding the involvement of the student body with the IGC, and vice versa.
Alysha Alloway, Communications Assistant, '17
Alysha is a sophomore from Cabin John, MD. Her intended majors are Geography and Arabic. In her free time, she loves taking photos and traveling. She is looking forward to another creative and exciting year at the IGC and to welcoming new student workers into the IGC family.
Rosa Durst, Special Projects Assistant, '17
Rosa is a sophomore from Madison, WI. She has yet to decide on a major, but is interested in linguistics and International Studies. In her spare time, she loves reading, traveling, and baking. She looks forward to another exciting year at the IGC!
Lisa Levoir, Research Assistant, '17
Lisa is a sophomore from the Twin Cities suburbs. She plans on majoring in Biology and concentrating in Community and Global Health. She enjoys reading, sweet lattes, and basking in natural sunlight. Lisa is excited to join the IGC staff this year and contribute to the many interesting projects.
Pia Mingkwan, Research Assistant, '17
Pia is a sophomore from Albany, California, and is interested in further studying and exploring International Studies, Anthropology, and Community and Global Health. She is thrilled to be in the IGC this year and excited to engage and collaborate on projects using photography and graphic design.
Kyle Ronchetto, Special Projects Assistant, '17
Kyle is a sophomore from Bourbonnais, IL. He is double majoring in Linguistics and Classical Languages. He enjoys reading, singing, and playing the trumpet. He is very excited for another year in the IGC and hopes that the IGC can continue to be a place for students to study and gather.
Thao Hoang, Special Projects Assistant, '18
Thao is a freshman from Hanoi, Vietnam. She plans on majoring in International Studies at Mac. She loves reading, learning languages, traveling and taking photos. Thao is excited to start working at the IGC and contributing to the Institute's interesting projects.
Aarohi Narain, Special Projects Assistant, '18
Aarohi is a first year from New Delhi, India. As an aspiring author/journalist, she is passionate about language and literature, and also takes a deep interest in travel, music and film. She is keen on engaging with students and showcasing the initiatives of the Institute for Global Citizenship through the written word.
Diego Tamayo Serrano, Special Projects Assistant, '18
Diego is from La Paz, Bolivia and he values positivism, leadership, companionship and friendship. His passions are politics and soccer. He aims to explore the diversity of Global Citizenship. He hopes to help organize as many events as possible to engage our community. Let's rock the IGC this year!!!