Kameron Simmons

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Kameron SimmonsTitle: Research Assistant and Intern

Expertise: International Development, Economic Security, Chinese and South East Asian Affairs, Environmental Policy

Kameron Simmons is currently a student at American University’s School of International Service pursuing a degree in International Relations with a specialization in development. Kameron recently returned from a service oriented social justice trip to Myanmar (Burma), where he studied the countries rapidly changing education system as it relates to Democracy. He has prior abroad experience studying mandarin in Beijing, China, and attended and another social justice trip to North India and the Tibetan Plateau, where he studied environmental policy and sustainability. He leaves this spring to Cuba, on a service trip focused on the country’s post-revolution racial identity crisis.

Kameron is originally from North Ogden, Utah. Prior to interning for the American Security Project, he served as a Page to the U.S. House of Representatives, and was a communications intern at the Republican National Committee. He is now interning at the American Security Project covering economic stability.

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