Fiona is a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International History with a self-designed certificate in technology, business and policy. She is a British citizen who grew up in Belgium but moved to the U.S. for middle school. This diverse cultural background spurred an interest in international affairs through the lens of history. She is currently researching for Professor Meg Leta Jones on an upcoming book on the history and policy of internet privacy. Outside of that, she is developing an independent research project on private sector artificial intelligence solutions for national security threats. When she is not doing MURF work or attending class, Fiona is a Sexual Assault Peer Educator, a tour guide, a member of Georgetown Women in Leadership, and an avid podcast listener.