Elizabeth Allan is a student at Yale Law School, where she is the co-president of the National Security Group, a features editor for the Yale Journal of International Law, a member of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Clinic, and a member of the International Refugee Assistance Project. She is passionate about developing strategies for inclusive and sustainable economic growth at both the community and global levels. During her summer, she worked at the Public International Law and Policy Group where she assisted clients in the Middle East on transitional justice and post-conflict institution building. Before law school, Elizabeth worked for two years as an Associate at McKinsey & Co., where she served public and private sector clients across three continents while based in the Middle East. Elizabeth has also interned at the Democracy Program of the Carter Center and volunteered for an NGO in Jordan providing refugee services. Elizabeth has undergraduate degrees from the University of Georgia in International Affairs, Arabic, and Economics. She also holds an M.Phil. in Modern Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar.