Jeremy Iloulian is a junior at The George Washington University studying International Affairs and Environmental Studies at the Elliott School. Jeremy is the current Chairman of the GW International Affairs Society. He also currently serves as a Research Assistant for the Institute for International Economic Policy where he focuses on climate change and conflict.

Jeremy previously interned at the Iraqi Embassy in Washington, DC, where he worked on fostering Iraqi-American relations within the American executive branch providing research to Iraqi diplomats. Jeremy also served as the Director of Mission Briefings at International Model United Nations Association where he organized a mission-briefing program between various UN Ambassadors and over 2,000 students for the National High School Model UN Conference.

Originally from outside of Chicago, Jeremy was selected as a Chicago Roosevelt Fellow in 2010 to consult the city on an aggressive hybrid taxi policy program. His policy suggestions are to be implemented in Chicago in the coming years.

Jeremy has a strong passion for basketball and the Chicago Bulls. Another favorite pastime of his is reading up on the latest dinosaur discoveries. Jeremy will be spending a month in South Africa doing development work later this summer while volunteering for the One Heart Source program.