Ben is a junior at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service majoring in Regional and Comparative Studies focused on the Middle East. As a proud Delta Phi Epsilon brother, Ben hopes to translate his studies into a career that promotes development and growth in the Middle East. Previously, Ben was a correspondent for the USC-based international relations student publication Glimpse from the Globe, and will be studying abroad in Amman, Jordan for his Spring 2016 semester.
Chairman, Board of Directors
Josh is currently pursuing a J.D. at Cornell Law School. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgetown University in 2016 where he majored in Government and minored in Theology. While at Georgetown, Josh wrote for USMEYN, and was the organization’s Chief Technology Officer. Josh has done extensive research on the impact of electoral reform in Israel on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His senior thesis was entitled, The Business of Genocide: From Auschwitz to ISIS. During his Junior and Senior year at Georgetown, Josh was a Teaching Assistant to Elliott Abrams, former Deputy National Security Advisor to President George W. Bush. As Chairman of the Board of Directors for USMEYN, Josh seeks to provide an outlet for young foreign policy wonks to express their views freely, without regard for the writer’s political beliefs. The Editor-in-Chief is given complete discretion in publication decisions.