Noelle Cohn

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Noelle Cohn is a first-year graduate student at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs studying International Affairs with concentrations in gender and security. She is the founding Vice-President of the D.C. University Consortium on Women, Peace and Security. This group is a student-led organization under the leadership of Dr. Shirley Graham, Director of the GWU GEIA at the Elliott School of International Affairs, that aims to — in collaboration with the U.S. Civil Society Working Group on WPS (U.S. CSWG) — promote awareness and education about the importance of integrating analysis of women and gender into security and foreign policy. Before starting her master’s program, she was an Account Management Specialist on Gartner’s Data Privacy and Legal Compliance team serving assistance to legal and privacy executives with new data privacy regulations and legal operations systems. Noelle received her BA from Michigan State University in International relations with minors in Italian and European Studies.