Callie Kim ’18
Albright Fellow 2018

Callie Kim
Callie is currently partaking in the Joint B.A.-M.A. Degree Program between Wellesley College and The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (the inaugural class).

At Wellesley, she studies Philosophy and takes pride in the school’s motto, “Non Ministrari sed Ministrare,” meaning “Not to be ministered unto, but to minister.” As a student leader, she is committed to this motto by serving as Co-President of the Philosophy Club, Co-Founder of Minorities and Philosophy Undergraduate Chapter, and student advisor for three major institutes: Wellesley Centers for Women, Career Education, and Davis Museum. At the Graduate Institute, she is a Master’s candidate in International History. In addition to her studies there, she works for the Geneva Center for Security Policy, researching AI defense and cybersecurity with focuses on China and Russia. She is proficient in Mandarin, English, and currently learning French. Upon graduation, she wishes to continue contributing to the dialogues of emerging technologies and global stability.