These men and women put in countless hours to edit, format, and publicize The Globe print edition, and The Compass digital edition. We strive to publish a journal that highlights the exceptional international affairs focused academic writing of The George Washington University.

  • Mackenzie Fusco

    Associate Editor for Print

    Mackenzie Fusco is a sophomore in the Elliott School of International Affairs studying International Affairs and Anthropology, with interests in education policy, religion, and the Middle East. Mackenzie is also the director of the George Washington University Program for International Education (GWUPIE), a mentorship program that teaches Model UN skills and procedure to DC high school students. Additionally, she is a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Sorority. In her free time, Mackenzie can consistently be found drinking coffee and watching The Voice.

  • Riki Matsumoto

    Assistant Formatting Editor

    Riki Matsumoto is currently an Assistant Formatting Editor with The Globe. As a sophomore, he splits his time between attending conferences for the free food and studying for his next economics quiz. He throughly enjoys travelling and often asks for second helpings of snacks on the airplane. His interests include reading, particular quirks of African dictators, scuba diving, and stellar dental health.

  • Anna Berger

    Copy Editor

    Anna is a senior in the Elliott School of International Affairs majoring in International Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Resolution. She considers herself a language fanatic and fills the rest of her schedule with Turkish and Spanish classes. Her former internships include the Federal Emergency Management Agency as well as a Haiti-based medical non-profit organization, and she has been an intern for the Department of Justice for the past year. When she’s not in class or at work, you can find her destroying her kitchen with cooking experiments and watching videos of cute animals.

  • Emma Tyrrell

    Publicity & Development

    Emma Tyrrell is a sophomore in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. Emma has had experience being a reporter for The GW Hatchet and spent two semesters at the White House in the Office of Presidential Correspondence, and currently sits on the Dean’s Student Advisory Council for the Columbian College.

  • Augustin Chen

    Publicity & Development

    Augustin Chen is currently a Freshman in the Elliott School studying International Affairs, with a concentration in Asia. The California native is a member of the Development and Publicity team. Outside of international affairs, he is passionate about soccer, skiing, and hopes to travel the world one day.

  • Nicholas DiCorato

    Assistant Formatting Editor

    Nicholas is a freshman in the Elliott School majoring in International Affairs, hoping to concentrate in International Environmental Studies. He is a graphic designer and illustrator who spends his free time long distance running, exploring DC with friends, and drinking too much coffee.

  • Hana Kim

    Publicity & Development/ Assistant Formatting Editor

    Hana is a freshman in the Elliott School of International Affairs. She is interested in policy, community service, and learning new subjects. In her spare time, she loves to swim, travel, and watch movies.