Sibille H. Pritchard Global Peace Fellow
Julie Johnson is the Sibille H. Pritchard Global Peace Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a Senior at the University of Central Florida pursuing a degree in International and Global Studies, with a minor in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication. Johnson is a member of the Political Science Honor Society and is interested in international development and foreign aid. She has traveled to Sweden, Ireland, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy and throughout the Caribbean. She has studied Swedish and is currently learning Spanish.
Isle of Man Small Countries Fellow
Caroline Sutton is the Isle of Man Small Countries Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office. She is a Junior at the University of Central Florida pursuing dual degrees in Political Science and Public Administration. Sutton is a member of The National Society of Leadership and Success, the International Relations Club at UCF and the Global Mentor Program. Her research interests include Latin American culture, the effects of colonialism and healthcare systems. Upon graduation, Sutton plans to pursue a master’s degree or a law degree with a focus on military law. She is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish and has traveled to Brazil and Japan.
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Fellow
William George is the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Fellow for the Global Perspectives Office under the auspices of the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Program for Strategic Research and Studies at UCF. He is pursuing a graduate degree at UCF in Political Science-International Studies. As an undergraduate at UCF, he majored in History and minored in Political Science. George is a founding father of the Sigma Pi Fraternity, and is a member of Delta Epsilon Iota and the Academic Honor Society. His research interests include terrorism studies, security studies and political psychology. In the future, George would like to work in the intelligence community. His travels include Mexico, the Bahamas and Jamaica. He is studying Portuguese and has traveled to Brazil.