► EXPERIENCE: Enthusiastic International Relations scholar and advanced beginner in foreign policy analysis with intermediate international expertise in Disarmament and Peace Affairs [Foreign and defense policy, nuclear weapons and arms control]. Knowledgeable in a wide range of political science concepts including foreign policy analysis, political theory, and political behavior. Three years of leadership experience as the President and Co-founder of an International Student Association as well as experience at the United Nations as a Political Affairs intern.
► SKILLS: Multidisciplinary background with degrees in International Relations, [International Studies], and Sociology. I am a detailed-oriented person who enjoys working collaboratively with small and large groups. Demonstrated ability to organize young people and a personal commitment to the well-being of the youth. Experienced with the United Nations in member-state relations; Experienced in research, analysis and drafting analytical synopsis in relation to UN member states global commitments and the interplay between domestic and international politics. Comfortable conducting research independently as well as part of a team.
*Personally contributed to the draft of the Amman Youth Declaration. The Declaration called on the United Nations Security Council to adopt a thematic resolution on Youth, Peace and Security, and on 9 December 2015, the Resolution 2250 was adopted unanimously by the Security Council. This demonstrates my keen interest in youth advocacy, foreign policy and my personal commitment to the ideals of diplomacy.
► FOCUS: Currently seeking policy and research related career opportunities. I am particularly interested in entry-level positions relating to policy analysis, international security and power dynamics.
Political Affairs: Office of the Director – General Assembly and ECOSOC Affairs Division (GAEAD)
United Nations Secretariat.
April 2015 - /
I carried out research work prior to meetings. I was also part of the team working on the analytical synopsis of the 70th Session of the General Debate. Coverage of the General Debate included preparing of Consolidated Synopsis of country statements as made during the debate. These were sent out to the Executive Office of the Secretary General (EOSG) and Office of the President of the General Assembly (OPGA) during the General Debate and to the Heads of Departments, Funds, Programmes, and Agencies.