Elizabeth Miller ‘19 is a senior from Lancaster, PA, pursuing a double major in Economics and International Affairs and a minor in French language and culture.
During her time at Gettysburg College, Elizabeth has developed her passions for international policy and economic development. Elizabeth has participated and led a number of Eisenhower Institute programs, from participating in the Insides Politics program to leading Inside Civil Rights.
A highlight of Elizabeth’s time at Gettysburg has been studying with Avi Melamed. As a participant and a program coordinator of Inside the Middle East, she honed her research and critical thinking skills through writing and presenting intelligence briefs and traveling to the Middle East.
During her junior year, Elizabeth took the opportunity to combine her passion for international policy with language in Paris, France. While living with a Parisian host family, Elizabeth studied European Union policy, French history and art, and mastered the language. In Paris, Elizabeth interned for The Union, an international non-profit which brings affordable cures for treatable diseases to developing countries in developing regions.
Elizabeth has spent the past two summers in the Washington, D.C., area. In 2017, Elizabeth worked as the Government Relations and Public Policy intern for Operation HOPE, a non-profit that promotes financial literacy in underserved communities. This summer, she interned at Cambridge Associates, a global financial firm, working with private investment client data.
On campus, Elizabeth is a facilitator with the Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board (GRAB) and an Admissions Tour Guide.
After graduation, Elizabeth intends to attend law school and pursue a career in public policy.