Two sophomores selected to Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship Program
Posted May 16, 2002; 05:39 p.m.
Sophmores Katherine Linder and Carlos Ramos-Mrosovsky were recently selected to the Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship Program.
Linder will be posted at the U.S. Embassy in Paris. She served last summer as an intern for the Business Council for the United Nations and co-wrote an article on the Global Compact published last fall in The InterDependent, a publication of the United Nations Association of the United States of America. She is the former Model U.N. UNICEF chair, is a member of the Whig-Cliosophic Society, a class of 2004 officer at large for Orange Key, and treasurer of Princeton's Model Congress. Linder is a Washington Crossing scholar and received the National Women's Political Caucus Award. She hopes to pursue a career in foreign affairs.
Ramos-Mrosovsyky will serve in the Office of the Secretary of State in Washington, D.C. He has served in the speechwriting office of former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani in 2001 and as a research analyst for Rick Lazio's U.S. senatorial campaign New York in 2000. He interned with a committee of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1999. A public and international affairs/politics major, Ramos-Mrosovsky works as an editor of American Foreign Policy, a magazine he founded. He serves as a columnist for The Daily Princetonian and is chair and founder of the Princeton Committee Against Terrorism. Upon graduation, he plans to attend law school and earn an advanced degree in international relations.
The Harriman Foreign Service Fellowships are a national fellowship program for college students honoring the late U.S. Ambassador to France, Pamela Harriman. The fellowships are sponsored by the College of William and Mary in conjunction with the Department of State. The fellowships provide funds for three students from U.S. colleges to serve in the American embassies in Paris and London and in the Office of the Secretary of State in Washington, D.C.
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