March 2019 Conference: Speakers

Ildar Akhtamzyan is Associate Professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. He holds PhD. in Historical Sciences. Professor Akhtamzyan graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1979 and since then has been working for the Institute as a graduate student, lecturer, senior lecturer, associate professor of the History of International Relations and Foreign Policy Department. His research interests include: international relations in the 20th century; Russian foreign policy; arms control and disarmament, and nuclear nonproliferation. He is the author of the first national course on nonproliferation (MGIMO). Professor Akhtamzyan participated as a lecturer in the Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute. He is the author of more than 60 publications in Russia and abroad on the history of international relations, arms control and nonproliferation, including two books of collected documents related to these issues.
Ruslan Aliev is Head of the Department of Natural Resources and Ecology Studies at MGIMO University. In 2017, he was appointed as the Trade Commissioner of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the Russian Federation. He has a diplomatic rank of Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. He graduated from the International Law School at MGIMO University in 1996. In 1998, he was awarded a Ph.D. in Economic Sciences from the Insurance Department at the School of International Economic Relations at MGIMO University. Aliev has worked in various positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan since 1996. In 2000 he joined SOCAR, Azerbaijan’s state-owned oil company, as Deputy Manager of the Foreign Investment Department in Charge of Insurance Issues. From 2004-2010, he occupied various positions at Capital Insurance Group. He was appointed CEO of Capital Insurance Group in 2007. In 2009, the Association of Top Managers of Russia declared Aliev the Most Efficient Crisis Manager of the Year. He is the author and co-author of numerous textbooks and articles related to insurance, environment, and energy industry.
Andrey Baykov is Vice President for Graduate and International Programs and Associate Professor of International Affairs at MGIMO University. He is also editor-in-chief of International Trends, a member of the International Studies Association, a member of the Executive Board of the Russian Political Science Association, and Director of the Academic Educational Forum on International Relations. In 2017, he was elected to the Youth Council on Education and Science Policy of the President of the Russian Federation, which brings together some 30 bright scholars in Russia across all disciplines in the age range of up to 35 years old. Baykov earned his master’s degree in International Relations in 2007 and his Ph.D. in Political Science in 2009 at MGIMO University. For his research of comparative regional integration in East Asia and Europe, he was awarded the First Prize of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2013. He was the recipient of the Donald Robertson Award of the U.S. International Studies Association in 2013 for his paper on Eurasian integration.
Ekaterina Bliznetskaya is Lecturer at the Department of Natural Resources and Ecology Studies at MGIMO University. She is a Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at MGIMO University. Her research interests include global environmental governance, climate negotiations, and the history of the United Nations. In 2016 and 2017, she was an author of the MGIMO-UNITAR training courses for government officials from the Russian Federation and other countries on international environmental cooperation. Currently she teaches courses on multilateral environmental diplomacy, environmental policy, and climate policy. She also holds a training course on multidisciplinary research in the field of international environmental politics.
Georgy Borisenko is Director of the Department of North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation. He graduated from MGIMO University in 1990. He started his diplomatic career in the Foreign Ministry that same year and has extensive experience in the central office of the Foreign Ministry and abroad. From 2003-2011, he held positions of advisor, senior advisor, and minister counselor at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the United States. From 2011-2014, he was a deputy director of the North America Department at the Foreign Ministry. He has the diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. He speaks English and German.
Antonia Chayes is Professor of Practice of International Politics and Law at The Fletcher School. She taught at the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Law School. Chayes was Vice Chair of Conflict Management Group. As a board member of United Technologies Corporation for 21 years, she chaired its Public Issues Review Committee and served on its Executive Committee until retiring in 2002. During the Carter Administration, she was Assistant and later Under Secretary of the U.S. Air Force, where she was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. She has served on several federal commissions, including the Vice President’s White House Aviation Safety and Security Commission, and the Commission on Roles and Missions of the United States Armed Forces. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and served on the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law. She was honored with the Radcliffe Alumnae Award in recognition of her career of distinguished service.
Leonid Drachevsky is Executive Director of the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation. He worked as head of Main Directorate for Physical Education and Reserves at the USSR Sports Committee; First Deputy Chairman of the RSFSR State Committee on Physical Culture and Sports; councilor at the Russian General Consulate in Barcelona, Spain during the Olympic Games. In 1993, he joined the Russian Federation Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He has served as Ambassador to Poland and as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; Minister for CIS Affairs. From 2000-2004, Drachevsky was Special Presidential Representative in the Siberian Federal Region. He has also served as Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee of RAO United Energy Systems of Russia.
Daniel Drezner is Professor of International Politics and Co-Director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at The Fletcher School. He is a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a contributing editor at The Washington Post. Previously he taught at the University of Chicago and at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has held positions with Civic Education Project, the RAND Corporation, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and received fellowships from the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Council on Foreign Relations, and Harvard University. Drezner has written six books, including The Ideas Industry (2017) and The System Worked (2014). He has published articles in numerous scholarly journals as well as in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Politico, and Foreign Affairs, and has been a contributing editor for Foreign Policy and The National Interest. He received his B.A. in Political Economy from Williams College and his M.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in Political Science from Stanford University.
Alexey Fenenko is Associate Professor at the Faculty of World Politics of the Moscow State University. Previously, he was a leading researcher at the Institute of International Security Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2004-2013), a project coordinator at the Academic Educational Forum on International Relations and a co-editor for International Trends magazine (2004-2011). He teaches the following courses: The History of International Relations from 1945 to 2014, Arms Control, and International Space Security. His research interests include: arms control, nuclear nonproliferation, political conflict management, interaction of world political and strategic processes, Russian foreign policy, and U.S. history and foreign policy. He works on the analysis of the concepts of nuclear deterrence, nonproliferation and counter-proliferation, U.S. foreign policy, and Russian-American relations. Professor Fenenko holds PhD in Political Science. He is an author of about 60 scientific publications.
Igbal Guliev is Associate Professor at the Department of Foreign Economic Activities in the Field of Energy Resources Transportation (special department of PAO Transneft). Dr. Guliev is Deputy Director of the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy. He studied at Baku State University specializing in economic cybernetics. Later, he graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University majoring in anti-crisis management. In 2010, Dr. Guliev joined the postgraduate course at MIEP MGIMO and in 2013 received his PhD in economics. He also completed a course of studies at the State University of New York with honors and several advanced training courses in Russia. He is a recognized specialist in the field of fuel and energy industry issues, a member of different national and international expert communities, and a member of editorial boards of several Russian and foreign specialized journals. Dr. Guliev is actively involved in research projects sponsored by leading world oil and gas companies. He authored and co-authored over seventy publications including training aids, monographs and articles with some of them published in Russia, the U.S. and other countries. He started his teaching career in 2014 and teaches different specialized courses for different categories of MIEP MGIMO students. Dr. Guliev is fluent in the English and Turkish languages.
Igor Istomin is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Analysis of International Issues at MGIMO University. He holds Ph.D. and M.A. degrees from MGIMO University as well as an undergraduate degree from Saint Petersburg State University. Istomin teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in methods of applied analysis of international affairs. He is an executive editor at International Trends, a leading Russian academic journal. He is also a visiting fellow at the School of International and Public Affairs at Jilin University in China. Istomin is the author of more than 50 publications on U.S. foreign policy, relations in the Euro-Atlantic space, and international security. His most recent book is The Logic of State Behavior in International Politics (2017). He has also prepared policy reports and papers for the Russian International Affairs Council, the Valdai Discussion Club, the Center for Strategic Research in Moscow, and the European Leadership Network.
Barbara Kates-Garnick is Professor of Practice and senior research fellow at The Fletcher School. Most recently, she served as undersecretary of energy for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where she was responsible for guiding energy policy. She also served as the co-chair of Massachusetts’ Global Warming Solutions Act Implementation Advisory Committee, which oversees the implementation of the Commonwealth’s Global Warming Solutions Act. She has had an extensive career in energy, environment, and clean technology that has spanned the private and public sectors and included the creation of a clean technology incubator at New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering, where she also taught courses on energy policy. She served as corporate officer at a major U.S. utility, a consultant on strategic energy initiatives, and as a public utility regulator. She has also served as the interim director of the Energy, Climate and Innovation Program at the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy at The Fletcher School. Kates-Garnick holds a Ph.D. from The Fletcher School.
Alisa Khubaeva is Senior Analyst at the Center for Strategic Studies in Energy and the Digital Economy.
Thomas Leary is Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the Embassy of the United States in Moscow. Prior to assuming this position, he served as the Consul General in Saint Petersburg from 2015 until the consulate closed. This is his second Moscow assignment. He served as Press Attaché from 2001-2004. He also served in Saint Petersburg from 1999-2001 as Consul for Press and Culture. Prior to his assignment as Consul General in Saint Petersburg, Leary served as the Minister Counselor for Public Affairs in Islamabad from 2014-2015, Minister Counselor for Public Affairs in London from 2011-2014, and Minister Counselor for Public Affairs in Ankara from 2008-2011. He has also served in Copenhagen, Madrid, Lima, and Freetown, Sierra Leone. Leary holds a bachelor’s degree from Assumption College and master’s degrees from Indiana University and Johns Hopkins University. He is a native of Worcester, Massachusetts. Leary is married to former Foreign Service Officer Rachel Norniella, and they have two children, Sarah and Tom.
Halla Hrund Logadóttir is Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Arctic Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and Technology in International Affairs and a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Environment and Natural Resource Program. In Iceland, her home country, Logadóttir serves on the advisory board to the Minister of Industry, Innovation, and Tourism on Iceland’s Energy Fund and collaborates with the country’s leadership on environmental and Arctic issues. She is Founder of the Arctic Innovation Lab, a platform established to encourage solution-based dialogue on Arctic challenges and an advisor to Arctic Today, a key news outlet on circumpolar issues. Previously, Logadóttir was director of the Iceland School of Energy at Reykjavík University, where she continues to lecture on Arctic policy.
Adlan Margoev is "Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation" Program Director at PIR-Center. He is a Ph.D. Candidate at MGIMO University. He is an editor of Yaderny Kontrol (Nuclear Control) monthly analytical bulletin on nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, and peaceful uses of nuclear energy. He is a graduate of the M.A. Dual Degree Program in Nonproliferation Studies established by PIR-Center, MGIMO University, and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (2018). Margoev holds a B.A. degree in International Relations from MGIMO University with a major in Iranian Studies (2016) and speaks Persian. His research interests include Iran's nuclear program, the NPT review process, Russian arms control and nonproliferation policies, and U.S.-Russia dialogue on nuclear issues.
Chris Miller is Assistant Professor of International History and Co-Director of the Russia and Eurasia Program at The Fletcher School. He has previously served as Associate Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at Yale, a lecturer at the New Economic School in Moscow, a visiting researcher at the Carnegie Moscow Center, a research associate at the Brookings Institution, and a fellow at the German Marshall Fund's Transatlantic Academy. He has written two books, The Struggle to Save the Soviet Economy: Mikhail Gorbachev and the Collapse of the USSR (2016) and Putinomics: Power and Money in Resurgent Russia (2018). He received his Ph.D. and M.A. from Yale University and his B.A. in history from Harvard University.
Sergey Oznobishchev is Head of the Division of the Military Political Analyses at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Professor at MGIMO University; and Director of the Institute for Strategic Assessments. He is a member of the Expert Council of the International Relations Committee of the Federation Council, the Expert Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the Council for Foreign and Defense Policy, the Board of the Russian Association of Political Science, the Board of the Baltic Forum, the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe, and the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics. He is also Chairman of the Moscow Division of the Association of the Euro-Atlantic Cooperation. From 1998-2001, Oznobishchev headed the Organizational and Analytic Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences. From 1995-1998, he was a member of the Analytical Group under the National Security Adviser of the President of the Russian Federation. From 1973-1996, Oznobishchev worked at the Institute for the U.S. and Canada Studies, including as Director of the Center for International Security.
Anna Romanovskaya is Director of the Yu.A. Izrael Institute of Global Climate and Ecology. She has also been involved in the climate change international negotiations under UNFCCC for last 10 years with particular responsibility for forestry issues. She obtained her Ph.D. in 2000 and her Doctor of Sciences degree in Biology in 2008 for her research of greenhouse gas emissions and removals in land use and forestry in Russia. She participated in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and acted as a Lead Author of the Fifth Assessment Report of IPCC, Working Group III, Chapter 11, “Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU)”. In 2016, Romanovskaya was elected as a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She has published more than 90 scientific publications.
Tatyana Shakleina is Chair of the Department of Applied Analysis of International Issues at MGIMO University. She also serves as a Leading Research Associate at the Institute of the U.S. and Canada Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, where she earned her Ph.D. in World History and International Relations in 1984 and became a Professor of Political Science in 2003. She is the author or editor of over 200 publications on contemporary international relations, American and Russian foreign policy, Russian-American relations, American think tanks, Russian studies in the United States, and American studies in Russia, including Russia and the United States in World Politics (2012), Foreign Policy of the Bush Administration: Concepts and Practice (2003), and Russia and the United States in the New World Order (2002).
Irina Shtodina is Senior Lecturer at MGIMO University and Associate Professor in the Department of International Law at MGIMO University. She holds a Ph.D. in law (1989), Academic rank: Associate professor in International Law (1995) and has been working at MGIMO University since 1995. She gives courses of lectures in general international law and in legal aspects of the territory in international law. She specializes in international space law, territorial disputes, and peaceful means of settling international disputes. She took part in editing the book International Law published by MGIMO University. She has worked at the Institute for the U.S. and Canada Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences (1989), the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Bucharest (1991), the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Brussels (1991-1994), and the Representation of the Russian Federation in Vatican (2000-2004).
Andrey Sushentsov is Director of the Institute of International Studies at MGIMO University and heads the MGIMO consulting branch Eurasian Strategies. He is also a Program Director of the Valdai Discussion Club. His research concentrates on American foreign policy in international conflicts in South Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East. In his studies, he examines the spheres of conflicting interests of Russia and the United States in Europe, the Middle East and the post-Soviet space. His key publications include monographs “America's Small Wars”, “Essays on U.S. Policy in the Regional Conflicts of the 2000s”, and the collective monograph “Russia and the World in 2020”. He is also an editor of the annual forecast “International Threats”. Sushentsov was a Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, Guido Carli Free University of International Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Harvard University, and Middlebury Institute for International Studies in Monterey. He is a member of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy and a member of the Working Group on the Future of Russian-American Relations.
Monica Toft is Professor of International Politics and Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at The Fletcher School. She is also a research associate at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford and at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. While at Harvard, she directed the Initiative on Religion in International Affairs and served as Assistant Director of the John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies. Toft’s areas of research include international security, ethnic and religious violence, civil wars, and demography. Her most recent books include Securing the Peace (2011), Political Demography (2012), and God’s Century (2012). Toft holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Chicago.
Sergey Vasiliev is Director of the MGIMO University Branch in Odintsovo, Russia. From 1974 -1981, he served in the military both in Russia and abroad. From 2004-2016, he was Deputy Director at the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO University and Head of the Department of Specialized Foreign Languages Training. From 1981-2009, he served as Lecturer, Deputy Commanding Officer, and Commanding Officer of the MGIMO University ROTC Unit. Professor Vasiliev holds a Ph.D. in Philology and is an Honorary Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
Vasily Veselov is Deputy Chair of the Department of International Security at Lomonosov Moscow State University. From 1988-1992, he was a Ph.D. candidate and then a research associate at the Institute of the U.S. and Canada Studies of the USSR Academy of Sciences. From 1992-2014, he worked in the government of the Russian Federation, including the Ministry of Defense and the Office of the Security Council. Veselov teaches the courses Foundations of International Security, The Nuclear Factor in World Politics, Issues of Enhancement of the Strategic Stability, and Policy and Strategy.
Fyodor Voitolovsky is Director of the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has been a Professor in the Department of Political Science at MGIMO University since 2008. In 2011, he became an editorial board member and author of IMEMO’s “Strategic Global Forecast – 2030.” Since 2014, he has been an editorial board member and author of IMEMO’s “Strategic Global Forecast – 2035.” His research interests include U.S. foreign and security policy; U.S. policy in Pacific Asia and Europe; Russian-American relations; global governance and transformations of the international order; and the role of ideas in world politics. Voitolovsky has published one personal monograph and edited, participated as an author, and co-editor in more than 15 collective monographs. He is an author of more than 60 articles in scientific journals and chapters in books.
Alexander Vylegzhanin is Doctor of Law, Professor, and Head of the Department of International Law at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University). He is currently elected as a Vice-president of the Russian Association of International Law and as a Vice-president of the Russian Association of the Law of the Sea. He is nominated by the Russian Federation to the list of arbitrators according to Annex VII of the UNCLOS. His major interest is General International Law, International Law of the Sea, Legal Regime of Natural Resources, Territory, Boundaries, the Arctic, the Caspian Sea. He has publicized a wide array of books and manuscripts on international issues, to name a few: Environmental Security in the Arctic Ocean (with Professor P. Berkman as Co-editor; Co-editor and co-author, 2009-2013); International Law (Editor and co-author, 2009, 2010, 2011 ), Russia and methods of solving of international legal problems (Editor, 2010), International Legal Basics of Subsoil (Editor and co-author, 2007), Russia and International Law (Editor and co-author, 2006), etc. Prof. Vylegzhanin was awarded a rank of Academician by the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, a Medal by the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2001) for his book Legal Regime of Marine Natural Resources (2001). He was elected by the Expert Council on Arctic and Antarctic of the Council of Federation (Upper Chamber of the Russian Parliament) as a Member of the Presidium of this Council (from 2014).
William Wohlforth is Daniel Webster Professor of Government at the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. A member of the Government Department’s faculty since 2000, he teaches and conducts research on international relations, with an emphasis on international security and foreign policy. Before coming to Dartmouth College, he taught at Princeton University and Georgetown University. Wohlforth graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Beloit College, worked as a legislative aid in the U.S. House of Representatives and did his graduate studies at Yale University, earning an M.A. in international relations and Ph.D. in political science.
Mikhail Yulkin is Director of Environmental Investment Center and Director General at CCGS, LLC in (Arkhangelsk, Moscow). He is a member of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs; Leader, Climate Change Working Group. He is an economist focusing on sustainability, green growth, and climate change. He has over 20 years of experience in climate change mitigation, climate change strategy development, GHG emissions inventory, regulation and management, carbon projects development and implementation, emissions trading, carbon finance, and carbon market development inside and outside Russia. He wrote the book Low-Carbon Development: From Theory to Practice (2018). He has been teaching a course in climate policy as a guest lecturer in the Department of Applied Economy at MGIMO University since 2017.
Andrei Zagorski is Head of Disarmament and Conflict Resolution Studies at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is also Professor of International Relations at MGIMO University and a member of the Russian International Affairs Council. Previously, he has served as Vice President of MGIMO University; Senior Vice President of the EastWest Institute; a faculty member of the Geneva Center for Security Policy; and Deputy Director of the Institute for Applied International Research in Moscow. His areas of expertise include European security, OSCE studies, arms control, post-Soviet studies, Arctic studies, Russian foreign and security policy, negotiations studies, and conflict resolution.
Inna Zhuravleva is Lecturer of “Arctic Law” in the Department of International Law at MGIMO University. She holds a Ph.D. in law. She serves as a Teaching Assistant of the video-liked course between The Fletcher School and MGIMO University, Science Diplomacy: Environmental Security and Law in the Arctic Ocean. She was Head of the Directorate for the WTO Affairs Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation, where she conducted successful research work on issues of export support and issues related to the formation of the position of the Russian Federation regarding defending its economic interests in the Arctic.
Albert Zulkharneev is a Research Fellow at the Center for Global Trends and International Organizations at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He started working at PIR-Center as an intern in 2007. In 2011, he was a scholar of the program for teaching and research at the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. He served as PIR-Center Education and Training Program Director and PIR-Center Executive Director from 2013-2015. He became PIR-Center Director in 2015. He was a participant in sessions of the Preparatory Committee for the NPT Review Conference in 2012-2013 and the 2015 NPT Review Conference. He created the PIR-Center International School on Global Security, the programs for improving the professional skills of Central Asian specialists, the course on global security at the International Youth Forum Seliger, the joint educational course of the PIR-Center and MGIMO University, Nonproliferation of WMDs, and the M.A. Dual Degree Program in Nonproliferation Studies.

Student Policy Workshop Participants


Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)

Egor Alimov
Master's 2020 Candidate

Nikita Andrianov
Master's 2020 Candidate

Ekaterina Baranova
Master's 2020 Candidate

Almira Bayguskarova
Master's 2020 Candidate

Yaroslav Emashov
Master's 2020 Candidate

Ani Karapetyan
Master's 2020 Candidate

Maria Kotok
Master's 2020 Candidate

Radmila Kurbangulova
Master's 2020 Candidate

Julia Melnikova
Master's 2020 Candidate

Boris Nekrasov
Master's 2020 Candidate

Artemiy Nosach
Master's 2020 Candidate

Sergey Petrov
Master's 2020 Candidate

Albert Shtoda
Master's 2020 Candidate

Oksana Vedernikova
Master's 2020 Candidate

Kirill Zhukov
Master's 2020 Candidate

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University

Mariam Aghayan
MALD 2019 Candidate

Kazuo Asai
MALD 2019 Candidate

Joseph Patrick Craven
MIB 2019 Candidate

Evan Foggo
MALD 2019 Candidate

Emma Friedheim
MALD 2019 Candidate

Taro Han
MALD 2019 Candidate

William Harney
MALD 2019 Candidate

Mariah Hays
MALD 2019 Candidate

Courtney Hulse
MALD 2019 Candidate

Mackenzie Muirhead
MALD 2019 Candidate

Hiram Reynolds
MALD 2019 Candidate

Amy Rosenfield
MALD 2019 Candidate

Lindsey Smith
MALD 2019 Candidate

Grace Tamble
MALD 2019 Candidate

Michael Willis
MALD 2019 Candidate