Mariam Alsoudi is a Research Assistant at the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT), working primarily to support the Institute’s projects in Syria, Libya and Sudan. Born in Iraq and raised in Jordan, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, D.C. where she majored in International Politics with a concentration in International Law. She also received a certificate in Arab Studies from Georgetown’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies.
Mariam completed several internships during her undergraduate studies, including interning at the private office of King Abdullah II of Jordan at the Political Directorate at the Royal Hashemite Court, as well as at the Embassy of Jordan at the Jordan Information Bureau in Washington, D.C. While at Georgetown, Mariam was a member of several executive boards, including Georgetown’s Diplomatic Strategies, Georgetown’s International Student Association, and Georgetown’s Arab Society.
Working languages: English and Arabic