Georgetown Careers in Foreign Policy Panel

YPFP and the Georgetown International Relations Club are excited to present a panel discussion on September 16, 2015. Four Georgetown alumni and successful members of the YPFP community will come together for a discussion on their career paths in foreign policy. Information on the four panelists is given below.

Representing a diversity of backgrounds and experiences, the panelists will discuss the role of an international relations education and how to navigate the international relations field as a young professional in Washington, DC. Please join us for this open discussion and engaging Q&A session.


Sarah Heck is the Director for Global Engagement at the National Security Council. Before joining the NSC, Sarah worked in multiple positions at the U.S. Department of State. Sarah obtained her master's from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in 2010 and her bachelor's in government and politics from the University of Maryland.

Elizabeth Cutler is a Project Associate at the global international development company DAI. Elizabeth received her master's in Government, Democracy, and Governance from Georgetown University in 2011 and her bachelor's in politics from Occidental College.

Gary Bearden is a USAID Project Delivery Specialist at Deloitte. Gary received his master's from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in 2014 and his bachelor's in international relations, French, and Russian from Ohio State University.

Drew Beck is a Community Affairs Specialist with the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, where he manages the center's alumni network of 7,000 African military and government officials.  Drew graduated with a BSFS from Georgetown in 2007 and an MA in International Affairs from the George Washington University in 2010.  Drew is fluent in French and has lived in France and Senegal.

September 16, 2015 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Georgetown University, Healey Family Student Center Social Room
Tondorf Rd & Library Walk
Washington, DC 20007
United States
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