Arela Haluci ’18
Albright Fellow 2017

Arela Haluci
Arela is a junior majoring in Political Science and Economics.

In the summer of 2016, Arela worked as a researcher and writer alongside European Horizons on a policy paper regarding the prospective impact of the 2016 American Presidential Election on transatlantic relations. During her sophomore year, Arela served as a fellow for the Hillary for America Campaign assisting field organizers, phone banking events and canvasses in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. As a Davis UWC Scholar, Arela spent her high school years in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she participated in student-led volunteer work in local refugee camps and schools for children with special needs. On campus, Arela works as a student assistant in the Political Science and Economics departments, and she is an assigned tutor for the Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis course. Arela is the cofounder and political chair of the European Network student organization as well as a core member of Wellesley Students for Hillary. She is fluent in Albanian, English, and French. Arela’s goal upon graduation is to pursue law school and in the future, she seeks to contribute to the field of international law through international organizations or the public sector.