International Affairs and Modern Languages (Spanish) - 2006
Kristin Lundberg ;is a career foreign service officer with the U.S. State Department Office of Public Affairs, Planning, and Coordination for the Bureau of International Organization Affairs. Although currently based in Washington, D.C, Lundberg previously served at the U.S. embassy in Madrid, Spain and at the U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Lundberg began her public service career at the State Department in 2008 as a Presidential Management Fellow charged with using digital tools to modernize and enhance the Speaker Program, a flagship public diplomacy program that sends hundreds of American experts to speak to foreign audiences each year. She then entered the Civil Service and helped create the Department’s first webcasting team tasked with promoting U.S. foreign policy through interactive digital programs. As program director, Lundberg designed and conducted six field training workshops for local embassy staff on digital engagement strategies, content design, and reporting in additional to traveling to 16 U.S. missions to support special projects and high-level visits. Lundberg earned a Master of Arts in International Politics and Human Rights from American University and graduated from Georgia Tech with highest honors. Kristin has expressed interest in working with the School in order to help identify and develop career path possibilities for ALIS, GEML, IAML majors and students interested in our minor programs.