Neval Mulaomerovic is a first-year in the School of Foreign Service and plans on majoring in International Politics. Neval developed an early interest in human rights and foreign policy growing up in the California Bay Area, where she was involved in immigrant and refugee rights advocacy. Her proseminar with Professor Albert Pierce, “Ethical Challenges in Literature and Life,” fostered her interest in applying ethical questions to foreign intervention and conflict scenarios, and she is excited to work with Professor Lise Howard to study conflict resolution and peacekeeping. She is fluent in Bosnian/Serbo-Croatian and is currently studying Mandarin Chinese. Outside of the MURFs program, Neval is an editorial assistant for the Global Governance section of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and a writer for the Eastern Europe and Russia section of The Caravel.