Sibille H. Pritchard Global Peace Fellow
Grace Parker is the Sibille H. Pritchard Global Peace Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a senior at the University of Central Florida pursuing an undergraduate degree in Sociology, with a minor in Women’s Studies. She is a facilitator for the Young Women Leaders Program and a member of the Alternative Break Program. Her research interests include globalization, discourse analysis, and violence against women. Upon graduation she plans on pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Policy. A student of Japanese, Parker has traveled to Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
Stephen Sloan Terrorism Studies Fellow
Adam Brown is the Stephen Sloan Fellow of Terrorism Studies for the Global Perspectives Office. He is a senior at Rollins College pursuing a second Bachelors degree in International Affairs. He is president of the Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society for International Studies at Rollins College and a senior software engineer at Lockheed Martin. His research interests include low-intensity conflict analysis, international science and technology policy and cyberspace threat mitigation strategies. Upon graduation, he plans on pursuing graduate school. A student of Spanish, Brown has traveled to Belize, several locations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, England, Germany, France and Sweden.
Isle of Man Small Countries Fellow
Rachel Wilder is the Isle of Man Small Countries Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a rising junior at UCF double majoring in International Studies and Economics, with a minor in Spanish. Wilder is a student of The Burnett Honors College at UCF. Her research interests include India, Latin America and global economic development. Conversational in Spanish and a student of Hindi, Wilder has traveled to Mexico, Argentina, Peru, India and throughout Western Europe.
Kaitlyn Brown is the Diplomacy Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a junior at the University of Central Florida pursuing degrees in Political Science and Anthropology, with a minor in Aerospace Studies. She is a student in The Burnett Honors College and Lead Scholars program, as well as a member of the Air Force ROTC program. Her research interests include international relations, human rights and history. Upon graduation, she plans on serving in the Air Force while pursuing graduate education. Brown is currently studying Spanish.
International Law Fellow
Christen Ram is the International Law Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a sophomore at the University of Central Florida pursuing a degree in International and Global Studies, with a double minor in Diplomacy and Spanish. She is a member of the Honors Congress and Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society. Her research interests include diplomacy, human rights and terrorism studies. Upon graduation, she plans on pursuing graduate studies in international relations. A student of Spanish, Ram has lived in Guyana and traveled throughout Western Europe and the Caribbean.
Lawrence J. Chastang Fellow
Marcul Joseph is the Lawrence J. Chastang Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. He is a junior at the University of Central Florida pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science – International Relations and Comparative Politics, with minors in French and Economics and a certificate in Diplomacy. Joseph is the president of French Circle, the vice president of Pi Delta Phi, the National French Honor Society at UCF, and an active member of the UCF Speech and Debate Team. His research interests include democracy in Africa, human trafficking and diplomacy in the Middle East. Upon graduation, he plans on attending law school. A native of Haiti, Joseph is fluent in Haitian Créole and French, conversational in Spanish and is currently studying Arabic. He has traveled throughout North America, including the Caribbean.