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Jessica Malobisky

Intern, Special Initiatives

Jessica Malobisky is a graduate student pursuing a master’s in International Development Studies at The George Washington University. Her interests are in the impact of conflict on civilians, including the need for long-term solutions to humanitarian aid and forced displacement throughout sub-Saharan Africa and the MENA region.  

While obtaining her bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and minors in Arabic Studies and Geography at The George Washington University, Malobisky interned with Multifaith Alliance as a Policy and Advocacy Intern. In this role, she studied the conflict in Syria, conducting research on the illicit captagon trade and cross-border interdictions in Jordan and Lebanon. She also studied the migration of Syrian refugees throughout the region and the recent attempts by international governments to force unlawful refugee return, despite ongoing concerns in Syria that prevent voluntary return. 

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