Master of International Policy (MIP)

Colin was born and raised around Athens, Georgia and attended UGA for his undergraduate degree. He is now a student in the Master of International Policy program.

Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far. – Theodore Roosevelt

  • UGA, B.A. International Affairs
  • University of Maryland – College Park, Certificate in Terrorism Analysis
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Colin was raised in Athens, Georgia and attended UGA for his undergraduate. After graduation, Colin worked as a rafting and fly fishing guide in Alaska for four years. Although it was the best job he’s ever had, Colin decided to move to the Washington DC area in the spring of 2017 to pursue a certificate in terrorism analysis from the University of Maryland and to explore job opportunities related to international security consulting. Upon completion of the certificate program and a congressional internship in 2018, Colin was offered an analysis position with an international communications consultant in Washington DC and has been working there since. Dreams of earning a master’s degree motivated Colin to move back to Athens although he continues to conduct research for the consultancy.

Research Interests

Military history, insurgencies, terrorism, fly fishing techniques