2019 – 2020

Joshua Levy (SFS ’20)

Rebecca Turkington (SSP ’17)
A graduate of Georgetown’s Security Studies Program and a former program associate at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Turkington will use her scholarship to pursue doctoral studies in history at University of Cambridge, where she will explore how women’s transnational organizing in the Middle East and North Africa has influenced global policy in the 20th century.

Anita Williams (COL ’17)
Anita Williams, who now works for Google, will use her recently awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a degree at the University of Cambridge that will help her continue advocating for increased and diverse safeguards in technology to help protect vulnerable communities online.

Lydia Good (COL ’21)

Victoria Boatwright (COL ’22)

Sarah Baran (COL ’14)
Rebecca Kuang (SFS ’18)
Christopher Stromeyer (SFS ’14)

Kyra Kocis (SFS’20)
With a degree in Science, Technology and International Affairs , from the School of Foreign Service, Kyra Kocis will use her Marshall Scholarship to pursue two master’s degrees in the United Kingdom studying social research methods and urban planning.

Sally Matson (COL ’20)
After graduating from Georgetown College with degrees in Mathematics and computer science, Sally Matson will use her Marshall Scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in climate change at the University of East Anglia and a master’s degree in machine learning and machine intelligence from the University of Cambridge.

Sara Rotenberg (NHS ’20)
Committed to creating an equitable world for people with disabilities, Sara Rotenberg will use her Rhodes Scholarship to pursue an M.Phil. in evidence-based social intervention and policy evaluation at the University of Oxford. She the first to earn this scholarship from Georgetown’s School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS).

Ning Bao (COL ’20)
Tomás Álvarez Belón (SFS ’18)
John Rindone (SFS ’20)
(see article about all three winners here)

Stefano Daniele (COL ’12)

Anna Landre (SFS ’21)

Raphael Angieri (SFS ’18)
Casey Wang (SFS ’20)