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Meet the our summer 2019 PPIP interns for our Europe program!



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Daniel Chalfin
U.S. Commercial Service

About Daniel

Daniel is from San Antonio, Texas, and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Honors and Finance at Mays Business School with a minor in Economics. Throughout his time at Texas A&M, Daniel has been involved in several student organizations. He currently serves as an Associate Justice on the Judicial Court in the Student Government Association, volunteers in the Texas A&M Career Closet, and serves on the Student Affairs Fee Advisory Board. Daniel has previously interned with the San Antonio Humane Society and the United Way of the Brazos Valley. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities like running, SCUBA diving, and hiking. After graduation, Daniel plans to continue his education by attending law school. He is excited to work with the U.S. Commercial Service at the US Embassy in London this summer and work in an organization that has exposure to both policy and business at the international level.

Dylan Manshack
U.S. Commercial Service

About Dylan

Dylan Manshack is a first-generation college student pursuing a double major in Economics and Spanish and is part of Texas A&M's Class of 2020. Dylan has held leadership roles in various organizations on campus that have helped foster a passion for serving others. Most recently, he served as the Vice President of Communications for the 2018-2019 Texas A&M Student Government Association. In this role he worked to enhance the reach of student government's "Say Howdy to Health Campaign" through video creation, website design, and social media management. Dylan has also made an impact outside campus through his involvement in organizing the 2019 SEC Advocacy Conference in Washington D.C., and by working as a volunteer on the MSC Costa Rica Service & Learning Trip. Furthermore, he took part in an internship program with the Lt. Jordan Institute of International Awareness where he worked for an NGO in Santiago, Chile to teach digital marketing classes to micro-business owners. Through his internship experience in Spain, he hopes to further his passion of service and develop an international perspective on the implementation of public policy. After graduation, Dylan plans to apply for The Fulbright Program and eventually pursue a graduate degree in International Affairs.
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Kiley Quigley Wassenberg
U.S. Commercial Service

About Kiley

Kiley Quigley Wassenberg is a first-year graduate student at the Bush School of Government concentrating in American Diplomacy and Foreign Policy and Women, Peace, and Security. She has completed three AmeriCorps terms, interned with Congresswoman Kirkpatrick in Flagstaff, AZ and in Washington, D.C., and most recently has worked as an attorney development assistant at Haynes and Boone, LLP.  She graduated from Northern Arizona University (AZ) in 2016 with a double major in international affairs and French and a minor in economics.  While at NAU, Kiley was involved in Chi Omega Fraternity, was a peer mentor to transfer students, was a peer teaching assistant and tutor for French 101 and Introduction to World Politics, and spent a summer abroad in France. Kiley is passionate about International Affairs and how economic diplomacy is a large part of American strategy and interest abroad.  She will be interning with the Embassy in Paris, working with the Commerical Service.  She is excited to gain exposure to the policy regarding trade.

Catherine Whitten
Centre International de Formation Européenne

About Catherine

Catherine Whitten will be graduating from Texas A&M in August 2019 with a degree in international studies. She will spend the summer in Berlin interning with the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE).
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