Analicia Carpio

Graduate Research Assistant, American University
Washington, D.C.
2015

Bio:

Analicia Carpio is a MA candidate in intercultural and international communication exploring the nexus between international education, peacebuilding and diplomacy at American University's School of International Service. She served as a 2011-2012 Fulbright ETA in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and also interned for International Justice Mission and the Alliance for Peacebuilding. She obtained her BA from George Mason University where she double-majored in music and conflict analysis and resolution. As an undergraduate, she co-founded an international justice student organization, conducted policy research on global navigation satellite systems for the US Department of Transportation, and undertook study abroad and fieldwork in mainland China, Taiwan, Israel and the West Bank. Analicia is an accomplished flutist and a 2002 Winter Olympics Torchbearer. Salvadoran and Korean in heritage, she grew up in Vienna, Virginia.
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