Adrianna Korte-Nahabedian is a senior at Harvard College, pursing a degree in Government and International Relations. Her academic and professional interests lie at the intersection of human rights and global health policy.
In addition to her work with HCINP, Adrianna works at Harvard University’s Center for European Studies, coordinating event programming and institutional outreach. She has also held several research positions within Harvard’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.
Internationally, Adrianna has worked at the US State Department Mission to the Rome-based UN Agencies, supporting the development of global food security policy. She has worked in Zagreb, Croatia, supporting legislation to provide psychosocial services for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence. She has also worked in Geneva, Switzerland, for the Stop TB Partnership, a global health organization that coordinates international efforts to end TB.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Adrianna plans to attend graduate school and pursue a career in human rights policy.