Curriculum Vitae

Master of International Policy (MIP)

Ansley Miller is originally from Cumming, Georgia, and completed both a BA in International Affairs and Political Science at the University of Georgia. While attending the University she became a Master of International Policy Double Dawg Pathway Student. She will remain at the University of Georgia to continue her education and is expected to graduate in May 2025 with her MA in International Policy.


Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs; University of Georgia; May 2024

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science; University of Georgia; May 2024

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While at the University of Georgia, Ansley has been involved in Sigma Kappa Sorority—serving as both House Manager and Vice President of Standards and values, served as a general writer for the Loch Johnson Society, been selected as a School of Public and International Affairs Ambassador, and served as a Student Assistant at the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS). Outside of the University, Ansley was an International Trade Specialist Intern for the U.S. Commercial Service, Connecticut office, before being selected as a Pathways Intern with the International Trade Administration’s’ Enforcement and Compliance business unit. She will continue to work as an intern for ITA until she graduates in 2025, and hopes to remain in the public sector, as well as with ITA, to work on trade security and analysis.

Of Note

Graduated magna cum laude with BA degrees in International Affairs and Political Science from the University of Georgia.

Research Interests

Trade security, dumping and countervailing, intellectual property rights, human security, child marriage, gender and conflict