Natalie Mousa is the Summer 2020 Sustainability Special Projects Intern for the Office of Global Perspectives and International Initiatives. She is a Junior at the University of Central Florida pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a minor in Global Peace and Security Studies, and certificates in Diplomacy, as well as Intelligence and National Security. Mousa is a member of American Bar Association and is also an Olympic weightlifter for team Apesquad. Her research interests include International law, environment and sustainability, and human rights. Upon graduation, she plans on going to law school to earn her JD/LLM. A student of English, Arabic, and French, Mousa has traveled to sixteen different countries around the world.
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