Aubrey Moschberger is a M.A. candidate for a Political Science degree in the United Nations and Global Policy Masters Program at Rutgers University - New Brunswick. Her research focus has been in Human rights, Conflict Resolution, and Gender Equality. Previously, she graduated from Rutgers University with a B.A. in Political Science and is also a graduate of Brookdale Community College, where she received an A.A. in Humanities. Professionally, Aubrey was a Foreign Affairs Intern in the U.S. Department of State during the Fall 2023 semester where she gained valuable experience in federal government and foreign affairs. Prior to her first semester with the UNMA, Aubrey also interned with the Alice Paul Institute as a Social Media Intern at the height of th COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, Aubrey was a delegate to the 2023 AFS Youth Assembly, having the opportunity to interact with youth from around the world and gain insight into the importance of youth engagement and empowerment in pursuing the objectives of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. After graduating, Aubrey seeks to work in a research and advocacy capacity.

“Our obligation to the world is, primarily, an obligation to our own future,” Eleanor Roosevelt