We Are JPA
Meet the team behind the 2020 Edition.
Co-Editor In Chief / Art Director
Sarah is a third-year student in Political Science and always had an interest in foreign policy and international relations. Throughout her academic career, she spent her extra time working on projects just like this one. To continue to partake in projects that blend both Art and Politics, she is hopeful about working in the publishing field for political magazines.
Co-Editor In Chief
Camille is a last year student in Political Science and Human Rights Studies. She also works for the Centre for the Study of Politics and Immigration and assists with immigration policy research. In the future, she hopes to work on progressive and radical public policies.
Goodbye Concordia, thank you for these transformative four years!
Chloe is in her third and final year at Concordia University, where she has been pursuing a major in political science and a minor in law and society. This upcoming fall, she will begin her Master’s degree in Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto, followed by her enrollment in law school the following year. Chloe hopes to contribute to the legal field by pursuing research in the areas of criminal justice reform and international law.
Alexia is a third year political science student at Concordia University. She is also completing a minor in law and society. Alexia plans on going on to graduate school next year where she can pursue her interest in environmental politics.
Currently pursuing her studies in Political Science, Manisha is passionate about human rights issues, and community development. She also serves as a member of the Youth Council of Lasalle in her local community, and volunteers with women and teenagers in her spare time.
Anthony-Vincent is an Assistant Editor with the Journal of Political Affairs. He is currently a third-year undergraduate student at Concordia majoring in Public History with Honors. Political Science is not his main passion, but it is a topic that is heavily studied when conducting historical research. Joining the Journal was an opportunity for him to assist with editing and give historical feedback, while improving some of his own writing skills.
Hannah is entering her final year at Concordia, majoring in political science. Her main spheres of interest in her studies are Canadian public policy and international relations. Post graduation, Hannah wishes to further her education in these areas.
Stella Forbes is currently going into her 4th year at Concordia, majoring in Political Science and minoring in English. This is her first year working for the Journal of Political Affairs. After graduation, Stella wants to pursue a career in International Relations and hopes to work for an International Organization.