International Studies Leadership Council
The International Studies Leadership Council (ISLC) is comprised of up to 30 students who work directly with the program director and associated faculty with the purpose of bringing greater unity and direction to the IS major and program. The ISLC acts as a liaison between students and faculty, works to organize events, listens to student opinions and recommendations, and works to publicize news, information, and opportunities across campus. To be eligible to serve, you must be a declared international studies major or a freshman intending to declare a major in international studies.
The ISLC’s Ambassadors Program aims to develop a cohort of international studies majors interested in taking a lead role in promoting the work of the International Studies Program and representing the program as ‘brand ambassadors.’ Ambassadors work with the ISLC governing board to bring attention to opportunities for international studies majors on and off campus and have the chance to share their thoughts on and experiences with the International Studies Program at Hopkins via the student blog.
The 2016-17 ambassadors are: Kyla Persky, Juliann Susas, Yi Zheng, Renee Robinson, Spencer Abrohms, Andrew McGahren, Lexi Botzum, Peyton Blackstock, Jamie Oh, Anthony Boutros, Caroline Kim, Aliza Berger, Joy (Zhiruo) Wang, Costanza Mayz, Cristian Aguirre.