Emma Bronson ’17 learning about international affairs
Emma Bronson ’17 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is learning about international affairs with like-minded individuals from around the country. She has been accepted into the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition Next Generation Program after being nominated by President Zach Messitte. The program started in January.
“I have always had a servant heart and been drawn to something bigger than myself,” Bronson says. The program focuses on bipartisanism and teaching the next generation about diplomacy, advocacy and international relations.
Bronson joins more than 100 people from across the country who share her interests in international affairs. The participants will hear from leaders and policymakers about diplomacy, federal budgeting, advocacy training, international affairs, and media and communication skills, among other topics.
“This next generation of individuals I believe is going to set the stage for our country’s future,” Bronson says. “I am beyond humbled to have been chosen to be one of those leaders working toward a better world where we all can collectively work together to solve issues. We all succeed together, locally and globally.”
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