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ERIKA KRUM

CAITLYN LOEFFLER

Caitlyn is a second year MPP student at the McCourt School of Public Policy. She is focused on corporate social responsibility and sustainability, and since entering Georgetown, has worked  with the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation to research these topics. Prior to the start of her graduate studies, Caitlyn worked as an analyst for DHL Supply Chain after obtaining her BA in Economics and International Studies from The Ohio State University.

GBNN LEADERSHIP TEAM

The Georgetown Baker Negotiation Network (GBNN) leadership team consists of the GBNN Director and a group of graduate and undergraduate students who plan programming and initiatives throughout the course of the year.

Rachel Milner Gillers is Director of the Georgetown Baker Negotiation Network and Adjunct Professor of Negotiation and Mediation at Georgetown's Law Center and McCourt School of Public Policy. She has facilitated multi-stakeholder decision making processes and delivered negotiation, mediation, and conflict management workshops for government, industry and non-profit clients worldwide. She specializes in in international development, commercial negotiation, and women and negotiation.

Rachel has worked with United Nations agencies, the International Monetary Fund, global pharmaceutical companies, U.S. federal agencies, the Smithsonian and others to identify and overcome individual and organizational barriers to negotiating better agreements. She holds joint Master’s degrees from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Harvard Divinity School. A native of the Washington, D.C. area, she has lived in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

Director

RACHEL MILNER GILLERS

Molly is a second year student in the Master of Science in Foreign Service in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, where she also serves as the Mediation Liaison for the Baker Center Leadership Team. Most recently, Molly worked for the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) as a Caribbean Protection Unit Intern where she was responsible for conducting legal analysis, research, and writing which contributed to determining the refugee status of asylum-seekers in the Caribbean region. Prior to coming to Georgetown, Molly worked as a Paralegal Assistant at the U.S. Department of Justice where she led several teams of paralegals during antitrust litigation. She has also spent significant time working with refugee and migrant populations in Detroit, assisting attorneys in providing legal assistance and representation to vulnerable individuals. She holds a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis on International Relations from the University of California, Berkeley, where she also spent six months studying abroad in Santiago, Chile. Molly is passionate about human rights, national security, and foreign affairs and would like to work on policy relating to these issues in government. 

SFS Ambassador

MOLLY BARLOW

Cordelia Bell is an Undergraduate student in Georgetown University’s College, studying government and psychology. She participated in GBNN’s Hoyas&Highlanders Program in 2018. A former United States Senate Page, intern in the US House of Representatives, and paralegal, Cordelia hopes to pursue a career in public service after graduating. Her academic interests include conflict resolution, public policy, and cultural psychology. A native Vermonter, in her free time, Cordelia enjoys reading, coffee, and multimedia art. 

Undergraduate Ambassador

CORDELIA BELL

Matt is an MPM student at the McCourt School of Public Policy and a Joint Chiefs of Staff Intern. His studies focus on national security policy, energy policy, and economic development. Matt has served in a variety of capacities and locations as a United States Army Officer over the past ten years. He holds a BS in Kinesiology from James Madison University and an MS in Organizational Leadership from Columbus State University. Matt is a native Virginian and currently lives in Arlington with his wife Jess and daughter Carolyn. 

McCourt Ambassador

MATTHEW BOSWORTH

Will is a junior in the College, majoring in Government and History, with a minor in Journalism. He's a proud New Jerseyan, who's passionate about civic engagement and finding solutions for the future. Some places he's previously worked at include the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, The Office of the Governor of New Jersey, and the Office of Congressman Leonard Lance.  In his free time, Will can be seen cheering on the Hoyas basketball team and around the neighborhood taking photos.

Undergraduate Assistant

WILL CROMARTY

Erika is a fourth year joint JD/MPP candidate at the Georgetown University Law Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy. After graduation, Erika will be working at a law firm in D.C. in its international trade and national security group. Erika has extensive legal and policy experience on the local, state and federal levels in New York and Washington D.C., including the Department of Justice’s Criminal Antitrust Division and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s International Section of the Division of Enforcement. Prior to Georgetown, Erika graduated with a B.A. in economics and political science from Colgate University.

Co-Chair

ERIKA KRUM

Justin is a second year graduate student at the McCourt School of Public Policy. His interests currently include behavioral economics, negotiation, and both domestic and international economic policy. Justin holds bachelor’s degrees in philosophy, politics, and economics from Mercer University. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, his hobbies include playing music, discussing philosophy, and film. Through his coursework at McCourt and work at GBNN, Justin hopes to better understand  economic incentives, political decision-making, and how to collaborate across the aisle.

Co-Chair

JUSTIN KASIAN

Caitlyn is a second year MPP student at the McCourt School of Public Policy. She is focused on corporate social responsibility and sustainability, and since entering Georgetown, has worked  with the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation to research these topics. Prior to the start of her graduate studies, Caitlyn worked as an analyst for DHL Supply Chain after obtaining her BA in Economics and International Studies from The Ohio State University.

Graduate Assistant

CAITLYN LOEFFLER

Anna is a first year graduate student at the McCourt School of Public Policy. She is interested in national security policy and currently focused on counterterrorism. Anna received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a focus in political theory from Davidson College. After graduation, she completed the Hudson Institution Political Studies Summer Fellowship, where she further explored applying political theory/philosophy to current public policy. Her goal is to continue this work during and after her time at Georgetown. In her free time, she loves reading fiction novels and political theory texts and visiting the Smithsonian Museums.

McCourt Ambassador

ANNA MEMOLI