Analicia Carpio

Program Assistant, Office of Merit Awards, American University
Washington, D.C.


Analicia Carpio is a MA candidate in intercultural and international communication at American University's School of International Service. She is a Fulbright alumna (Taiwan, 2011-12) and currently works as a program assistant for American University’s fellowship advising office. Analicia is pursuing a career at the nexus between international education, peacebuilding and diplomacy and has extensive research and international experience. She has studied and conducted fieldwork in Israel, Taiwan, mainland China, Germany, France, and The Netherlands. She has also served as a U.S. Department of State Virtual Student Foreign Service eIntern for EducationUSA and undertaken consultancies with the Institute of International Education and the Fulbright Association (in collaboration with the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress) through her degree practicum program. Analicia obtained her BA in music and conflict analysis and resolution at George Mason University, where she co-founded an international justice student organization to raise awareness and equip student activists in the fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery. She has had the great honor of serving as a 2002 Winter Olympics Torchbearer. Analicia is a Diplomacy and Diversity Senior Fellow and is a proud “Hispasian” with Salvadoran and Korean heritage.