Millie Zhang recently graduated as an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University, studying International Relations and Politics with a minor in Cybersecurity and International Conflict as well as a minor in Societal and Human Impacts of Future Technologies. She will be continuing her studies as part of the Accelerated Masters Program in International Relations and Politics at CMU. Currently, she is working as the UN Relations and Policy Intern for the New York office of the UN Foundation. Millie spent her spring in Washington, DC, as part of the Washington Semester Program, interning for the Meridian Center for Diplomatic Engagement. Previously, she spent her summer in Washington, DC, interning for the House Ways and Means Committee. She served as the Guest Editor for the Spring 2019 publication of the CIRP Journal (now known as the Carnegie Mellon University Journal of Politics and Strategy) and recently co-authored an article for the next publication of the journal. On campus, Millie was the founder and former president of the CMU chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society.