Meghan Brandabur ’18, ’19, ’19 is the coordinator for the TFAS Summer Law Fellowship and the TFAS D.C. Summer Programs’ International Affairs program track. She recently graduated from Miami University of Ohio where she earned three bachelor’s degrees in Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian studies; strategic communication; and diplomacy and global politics. Meghan also received her master’s degree in political science through a combined bachelor’s/master’s program at her university. Having grown up in a military family, she became interested in international affairs at a young age. During her time in college, Meghan developed this interest by studying abroad in Estonia, Chile, the United Arab Emirates and Oman.
Meghan participated in the TFAS D.C. Summer Programs International Affairs track in 2018. In 2019, she participated in the TFAS Santiago program and the TFAS D.C. Summer Programs Public Policy + Economics track. She spent her last two summers interning for the National Defense University’s College of Information and Cyberspace and the Institute for Free Speech in D.C.
In her current role, Meghan enjoys helping TFAS continue to provide the many great opportunities and experiences to students that she was able to partake in herself.