Isabella Wilkinson is pursuing a master’s degree in Democracy and Governance at Georgetown University. At Georgetown, she also serves as a researcher for Georgetown’s Government Department, focusing on the intersection between governance and technology.
In July 2019, Isabella graduated with first-class honors from the London School of Economics (LSE), where she studied International Relations and Chinese. At the LSE, Isabella founded InterDev, the UK’s largest student-run initiative for inclusive development.Previously, Isabella served as a research intern for the Marshall Center for Security Studies and the Meditteranean Dialogue on Regional Security conference, focusing on local governance in conflict zones.
She also has formative experience coordinating corporate relations for Womankind Worldwide and has volunteered for several NGOs, including Oxfam and Child.org. Born in the Czech Republic, Isabella has lived in London and currently resides in Washington, DC. She a native English speaker and proficient in both Mandarin Chinese and French. In her free time, she is teaching herself to code.