Ruanne is an Egyptian-American graduate student at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She is currently residing in Bologna, Italy and is doing her concentration in International Law & Organizations. She earned her dual bachelor’s in Political Science and Business Administration from the University of Central Florida.
She has worked for multiple non-profits where she helped mobilize human rights movements for minorities in the US and helped educate communities about different and diverse backgrounds. She also worked with refugees who resettled in the Central Florida area and helped them adjust to their new lives. She was able to find them jobs, housing and even provided tutoring for some of their children.
Ruanne aspires to work for a non-profit organization that protects women’s and children’s rights upon graduation with her master’s degree and is extremely excited to be a part of the Women in Foreign Policy team.