Quinn Rask is an accomplished and highly-educated professional in the field of international relations, security studies, and political economy. She received a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from Tufts University's The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a Bachelor of Arts (Cum Laude) in International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies from the same university. She also studied Political Science and Arabic at the University of Jordan.
Previously, Quinn worked as a Foreign Affairs Officer at the U.S. Department of State, where she gained valuable experience in the field of international diplomacy. She also served as Co-Chair and Media Director at the Fletcher Political Risk Group, a leading student organization focused on analyzing global political risks. Additionally, she worked as a Research Intern at the Carnegie Middle East Center, where she analyzed the politics and economy of the Middle East.
Quinn's other professional experience includes roles as a Research Analyst at BCS, Incorporated (Department of Energy), a Consulting Researcher and Analyst for her own business, a Research Analyst at Virginia Tech Applied Research Corporation, and a Media Monitor/Analyst at The Rendon Group. She has also worked as a Research Assistant for Dr. Jeffrey Taliaferro, Department of Political Science, and as a legislative and constituent outreach intern for US Senator Tom Udall.
As a passionate expert in international relations, security studies, and political economy, Quinn is a valuable asset to any organization in this field. Her varied experience and educational background make her a versatile and knowledgeable professional with valuable insights to offer.