Research Specialist and Signature Events Coordinator
Bethania Michael became a part of the CJC team in Fall 2019. The Marylander graduated from Georgetown University (SFS '19) in May 2019, after majoring in Regional and Comparative Studies with a concentration on Africa and the Middle East. Additionally, she received a certificate in Diplomatic Studies and took a number of CJC courses. Throughout her time at Georgetown, her academic and professional experiences were guided by her long-time interest in migration, gender, and security issues in the Horn of Africa and the Middle East. On campus, she was a coordinator for the Center for Social Justice's D.C. Schools Project, as well as a fellow in the Undergraduate Scholars Program for the African Studies Program. As a fellow, she completed an independent research project on migration issues in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Off campus, she interned for the Africa Center for Strategic Studies.