University of Pennsylvania, College of Arts and Sciences,2021
Major: International Relations
Minor: Modern Middle Eastern Studies Language: English (fluent), Spanish (fluent), Arabic (3 years)
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, basic Excel), Adobe C-Suite (Indesign, Lightroom, Photoshop)
Brittany Shore is a Junior at the University of Pennsylvania studying International Relations with a minor in Modern Middle Eastern Studies. Her main areas of study are Globalization and International Security. Her interest in global affairs was shaped by her upbringing in Miami, as well as her Syrian descent. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and has reached an advanced-Intermediate proficiency in the Arabic language, and will continue to learn the language throughout university. In the Summer of 2019, Brittany worked with non-profit organization Generations for Peace at their headquarters in Amman, Jordan where she researched global fundraising opportunities and the relationship between governments and NGOs. In 2018, she was an Intelligence intern at Teneo Holdings in New York City, conducting research and presentations on global plastic waste policy, the Nigerian government, and interventionism in the Arabic-speaking world. At the University of Pennsylvania she is a member of the Intercol Model United Nations team, winning several awards at competitions across the country. She is also the Parents' Weekend Chair for Delta Delta Delta Sorority and a member of Community School Student Partnerships.