We are proud to announce our two interns that will be with us through the fall semester.

Hannah Voudrié is a senior at McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois. She is majoring in International Relations and has a minor in Religious Studies. Alongside interning with the World Affairs Council, Hannah participates in Model United Nations at McKendree and is in several honor societies. In Model United Nations she acts as the General Assembly president for the high school conference and also as the Security Council delegate during college conferences in Chicago and St. Louis. Her passion for international relations began during Model UN in high school and grew while attending the National Youth Leadership Conference for National Security in 2015. Hannah will be continuing her education in the fall at Webster University to receive her masters in International Relations.

Angel Moss is a senior at Lindenwood University. She is studying Business Administration with a double emphasis in Human Resource Management and Marketing.  After she receives her bachelor’s degree, she plans to continue her education and pursue a master’s degree in Business Leadership. Currently, she lives in St. Charles County, where she was born and raised. In her free time, She enjoys riding bicycles on the Katy Trail with her son. She also loves to travel. She has traveled within the U.S., Germany, and the Czech Republic. If given the opportunity, she would love to return to Germany so that her son could learn and experience the culture of her family. She is excited and grateful for the opportunity to intern here at the World Affairs Council of St. Louis and looks forward to learning more about global culture and international matters as they relate to the St. Louis area.

Please contact ehatfield@wac-stl.org if you want to be a part of the World Affairs Council of St. Louis internship program!