Allison Hart analyzes the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa) and Europe in regards to issues on Technology, Human Rights, Environmental Development and Sustainability, and Intelligence & National Security. Ms. Hart is double majoring in Political Science and International Business with a minor in Economics from Merrimack College. She has conducted research on Attitudes towards Female Employment in the Middle East, Water Scarcity in the Middle East leading to Mass Migration, as well as other research pertaining to the MENA region.
Ms. Hart is a co-founder of The Capitoline, a student-run political website geared towards educating and informing the 18-24 age group. She is currently interning for the Middle East Policy Council in Washington DC while studying Foreign Policy at American University’s School of Professional and Extended Studies for the Spring of 2017. While attending the program at AU she is also conducting a research project on the sale of PGMs (Precision Guided Munition) to Saudi Arabia. Ms. Hart was born in Massachusetts where she is attending her undergraduate degree. She is currently studying Arabic and will be attending the 2017 Arabic Summer Language Program through Middlebury College.