Annie Crabill is a first year M.A. student at Jackson interested in writing about international
affairs for a broad audience. She came to Yale after almost five years at the Council on Foreign
Relations in New York, where she created explanatory content on an array of global issues–
including European integration, terrorist financing, and international trade wars – for an
education website, World101. Prior to her work at CFR, she taught English and history at
Bryanston School in Dorset, England, and interned at the U.K. Mission to the United Nations.
Annie graduated from the University of Virginia in 2014 with a double major in history and global
development studies. She knit those interests together with a thesis on postwar British and
American development efforts, a paper she completed through a research award from Virginia’s
Miller Center of Public Affairs. Outside of Jackson, Annie is an avid cook and an enthusiastic, if
imperfect, French speaker.