International Security Policy and Middle East Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University
Yasmine Sadoudi is a Research Associate at The Conafay Group with a background in political science, international relations, and conflict resolution. She is incredibly excited to serve as the Outreach Coordinator for the TCG-managed National Traumatic Brain Injury Registry Coalition (NTRC) and support the work of the Cardiogenomic Testing Alliance (CGTA).
Yasmine graduated magna cum laude from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University with concentrations in international security policy, Middle East studies, and a minor in French. She is an alumna of GWU Strategic Crisis Simulations, a professional wargaming society in which she served as Vice President. She developed a passion for public health through her internship at The Conafay Group during her senior year of college.
Yasmine previously worked as a lead project consultant for Allied Command Transformation at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and a research fellow at the Sigur Center for Asian Studies. She has also held myriad leadership roles in the fields of electoral politics, social justice advocacy, college admissions, and the non-profit sector. A former figure skater, she can often be found practicing recreationally at the ice rink or cheering on her favorite athletes at international competitions.