Staff

Miriam Hamilton

Program Manager

Miriam is originally from Germany. There, she graduated from Freie Universität Berlin where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Following her deep interest in Political Research and Foreign Affairs, she went on to study at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, where she received a graduate degree in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations.

RWAC Student Ambassadors at Event Registration

Sarah Wagner

Intern

University of Richmond

Major: Global Studies & German

Minor: Anthropology

Arianna Barkhordari

Intern

University of Virginia

Major: Spanish and Foreign Affairs

Minor: French

Mana Soroush

Intern

Virginia Commonwealth University

Major: Political Science and International Studies

Minor: Media Studies

Sarah Rauf

Intern

Virginia Commonwealth University

Majors: Chemistry (Biochemistry) and Political Science (International Relations)

Minor: Biology

Olivia Goodman

Intern

Virginia Commonwealth University

Major: International Studies with a concentration in World Cinema

Minor: General Business

Regan Price

Intern

Virginia Commonwealth University

Major: Philosophy with a concentration in Ethics and Public Policy

Minor: Psychology

Do you have a passion for engaging our local community on international affairs and national security issues? Then join us!

If you would like to get involved at the Richmond World Affairs Council, the following opportunities are available:

  • Student Ambassador

This is a semester-long internship for enrolled students only. Read more…

  • Journalist Intern

This is a small role for those mainly interested in writing. Contact us to find out more!

  • Summer Intern

If you would like to help out with outreach and research during the summer, contact us to find out more. Our needs vary and may consist of anything between limited remote tasks to in-office part-time hours.

  • Event Volunteer

Let us know  if you would like to volunteer at our events.