Loren Voss is graduating with concurrent degrees from Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and Harvard Law. She focuses on international law and conflict negotiation. She previously served as an Intelligence Officer for the United States Air Force for five years. As the Chief of Intelligence during the spin-up to the Libya conflict, she led the intelligence directorates of three fighter squadrons, leading to the first U.S. fighter strikes in the country. Then, at the Air Force’s Central Command, she led an 18-member team that serves as the Air Force’s experts on Middle Eastern air forces and tactics and eventually became deputy of the 75-person analysis shop. In addition to her military service, she has interned at the Department of State (DDTC, 2007) and the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights (Executive Office in Geneva, 2014) and worked as a summer associate at the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG, 2015) and McKinsey consulting (DC, 2016). She also served on the board of a non-profit called Uplift Aeronautics, which was attempting to design humanitarian airlift unmanned aerial vehicles. Starting this fall, she will be a clerk for the Israeli Supreme Court.