- 1st Year
- M.A. International Security
- Certificate in Homeland Security
Lindsey is a first year M.A. candidate in the International Security program and the certificate program in Homeland Security. She hopes to have a career in homeland security or counterterrorism and chose the Josef Korbel School for its practical skills based curriculum and homeland security related course offerings. Lindsey is currently working as a Program Assistant in the School's Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy for Dr. Erica Chenoweth's Program on Terrorism and Insurgency Research. Prior to arriving in Denver, Lindsey spent two years in Washington, DC working for the International Republican Institute (IRI) on the Arab Women's Leadership Institute and Gulf programs. Through her position at IRI, she was able to travel to Jordan and Indonesia to assist in conducting capacity building trainings for Arab women leaders. Lindsey obtained her Bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University (OSU) with a double major in International Studies, with a concentration in Security and Intelligence, and Arabic. During her time at OSU, Lindsey had the opportunity to spend a summer studying Arabic at the American University in Cairo. In her free time Lindsey loves to explore new places, try new foods and drinks, cook, dance, go to the shooting range, watch films and hang out with her cat, Laila.