Sabrina Beaver ’20

Sabrina  Beaver
Sabrina is a junior majoring in International Relations - Economics with a specific interest Russia and the post-Soviet space.

In the summer of 2018, she worked as an intern for the U.S. Russia foundation, where she researched and compiled available resources in the United States for the continued study of minority groups and regional issues in the Russian Federation. In the fall of her junior year, Sabrina spent a semester studying in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. In addition to her studies there, she worked as an ESL tutor with the New Generation Academy preparing regional students for English language higher education programs. Sabrina has a working knowledge of Russian and French. On campus, Sabrina lives in the French House and is a member of the Multifaith Council. After Wellesley, she hopes to continue her studies of foreign policy and/or economics before ideally joining the foreign service.