Editorial Board (2021-2022)
Glimpse from the Globe is a student-run international affairs digital publication led and managed by our President, Editor-in-Chief, Vice-President, Managing Editors, Associate Editors, Outreach Director, Assistant Outreach Director, Multimedia Director, Podcast Director, Social Media Director, Design Director, and staff of junior and senior writers. Our publication is published out of the University of Southern California, in collaboration with USC’s School of International Relations.
Lauren Schulsohn is a junior double majoring in theater with an emphasis on comedy and international relations. Lauren is from New York City and has always seen the impact foreign affairs can have on domestic issues and even communities in her area. Lauren wants to combine her interests in comedy and international relations to create meaningful social and political commentary. On-campus at USC, Lauren has joined the fencing club as the treasurer and is a member of the Unruh Associates, a group dedicated to increasing civic engagement and bipartisan debate. She is a representative of USC as a Dornsife Ambassador and has interned with Unsugarcoated Media as a staff writer. In her free time, she is an avid piano player, a stand-up comedian, and a practicing magician.
Kirian Mischke-Reeds is a senior majoring in International Relations and the Global Economy, as well as pursuing a Master’s in Public Diplomacy. Kirian has been a member of Glimpse since the fall of 2019 and has contributed in a number of roles, including senior correspondent, associate editor and vice-president. As a writer, he is primarily interested in global climate politics and environmental issues more broadly. This past summer, he interned at the Resilience Center at the Atlantic Council.
Krishni Satchi is a junior studying Global Health and minoring in Psychology and Law. She is deeply passionate about the intersections between international relations and medicine. In writing for Glimpse, she seeks to find and highlight global health and human rights-related issues. As a student at USC, she also works within the Health Sciences Education Program and conducts research with the USC Institute for Inequities in Global Health.
Carmen Santiago-Urbauer is a senior at the University of Southern California majoring in French and International Relations and the Global Economy while following a pre-law track. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, she is especially interested in the economic and social development of countries with a colonial history. She is a native Spanish speaker and currently studying French, expanding her interests to the relations of french-speaking countries in Africa and Europe. She is particularly excited to explore the intersection of international relations and law in her writing. She also hopes to highlight the innovation and expertise of specific countries.
Sangeeta Kishore is a junior majoring in International Relations (Global Business) and French on a pre-law track. This summer, she is interning with the U.S. Agency for International Development as a Schaeffer Fellow in Government Service and has past experience working in political affairs, communications, and in the nonprofit sector. On campus, Sangeeta works as a student researcher with the Near Crisis Project and as a research assistant studying global environmental politics. Her interests are in international law, sustainable development, and global finance with a regional focus on Africa and Asia.
Mia Prange is a sophomore studying International Relations with a minor in Art History. Raised in a politically passionate family, Miahas always had a passion for politics and global affairs. She is interested in reporting on issues such as women’s rights, LGBTQ+ movements, and the climate crisis, and on areas including Latin America and the Middle East. At USC, Mia is also involved with the renowned Model UN team, the pre-law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta, and USC’s branch of the feminist organization Women and Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE).
Hannah Keenan is senior majoring in International Relations Global Business and minoring in Chinese for the Professions. She was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Growing up in a part-Chinese family, she has always been fascinated by the Chinese language and have been studying it since high school. She loves learning about the financial and legal aspects of international affairs, which she hopes to pursue a career in someday. At USC, Hannah is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Fraternity and Pi Beta Phi.
Emily Morris is a junior studying International Relations and English with a minor in Spanish. She is especially interested in international environmental and sustainability policy, as well as global social movements and cultural exchange. On campus, Emily is conducting research with the Unruh Center for the Political Future and a member of Delta Phi Epsilon. Originally from Dallas, Texas, her interests include food (both cooking and eating), reading, and traveling.
Teya Hisel is a junior double majoring in Global Studies and Philosophy, Politics, and Law, with a minor in Psychology. She is from the Seattle, WA area, where she started her public service journey working for multiple non-profits during a gap year before attending USC. She has continued to pursue her passion for public service on campus as a consultant for SC Global Impact, a member of Novus Think Tank, and off campus as a Fellow for the United Way of Greater Los Angeles. Teya is interested in how politics affect the daily lives of people all over the world, and how those daily lives affect the political process, especially in areas of war and conflict.
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Glimpse from the Globe Alumni
Glimpse from the Globe’s alumni network spans the globe. Our alumni go on to pursue careers in foreign affairs, journalism and media, law, communication, business and more. View our alumni network below:
Taline Gettas, Co-Founder, 2010-13
Samir Kumar, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief, 2012-13
Ried Lidow, Content Editor, 2013-14
Alessandro Sassoon, Media and Content Manager, 2013-14
Nick Kosturos, President, 2014-15
Thomas Armstrong, Editor-in-Chief, 2014-15
Rojine Ariani, Writer, 2013-14
Kerry Collins, Writer, 2013-14
Sydney Stockus, Writer, 2013-14
Jessica Agostinelli, Writer, 2014-15
Loudanni Chen, Writer, 2014-15
Jeff Grimes, Writer, 2014-15
Nathaniel Haas, Writer, 2014-15
Elizabeth Peabody, Writer, 2014-15
Nitya Ramanathan, Writer, 2014-15
Erin Wong, Writer, 2014-15
Ben Jury, Writer, 2014-15
Dan Morgan-Russell, Writer, 2015
Wang Xiaojie, Writer, 2014-15
Jason Tse, Writer, 2014-16
Hanna Jolkovsky, Writer, 2015-16
Anbar Aizenman, Writer, 2015-16
Isabella Soehn, Editor-in-Chief, 2015-16
Abigail Becker, President, 2015-16
J.T. Blakely, Webmaster; Writer, 2014-16
Alec Hively, Writer, 2016
Claire Cahoon, Writer, 2015-16
Edoardo Del Vecchio, Writer, 2015-16
Justine Breuch, Writer, 2014-15
Sofie Roehrig, Writer, 2015
Jack Anderson, Writer, 2015-2016
Jacqueline Teobaldi, Writer, 2016-17
Brandon Whitehill, Writer, 2015-16
Erum Jaffery, Writer, 2015-16
Kara Junttila, Writer, 2015-16
Caroline Chen, Writer, 2015-16
Alma Velazquez, Writer, 2016-17
Andre Gray, Editor-in-Chief, 2016-17
Kshitij Kumar, President, 2016-17
Steve Helmeci, Writer, 2016-17
Gesine Holtmann, Writer, 2016-17
Spencer Slagowitz, Writer, 2016-17
Jong Su Kim, Writer, 2016-17
Lyndon Chang, Writer, 2016-17
Tess Murray, President, 2017-18
Katya Lopatko, Editor-in-Chief, 2017-18
Jenna Mazza, President, 2018-19
Rebecca Cheng, Editor-in-Chief, 2018-19
Matthew McDonell, Webmaster; Writer, 2018-19
Brendan Moreyl, Writer, 2018-19
Ashlyn Elliot, Writer, 2018-19
Stuart Caron, Writer, 2018-19
Steve Literati, Writer, 2018-19
Amartya Ranganathan, Writer, 2018-19
Kendal Gee, Writer, 2018-19
Ciara Taylor, Writer, 2018-19
Henry Algert, Writer, 2018-19
Kevin Fry, Writer, 2019-20
Ananya Anand, Writer, 2019-20
Max Haskell, President, 2019-21
Maya Diab, Design Director, 2020-21
Yoran Henzler, Writer, 2020-21
Emma Taylor, Writer, 2020-21
Sara Khoshniyati, Writer, 2020-21
Ruhi Ramesh, Writer, 2020-21
Noah Blackman, Writer, 2020-21
Jamie Vang, Writer, 2020-21
Luke Zapolski, Writer, 2020-21
Anushka Sapra, Writer, 2020-21