Brady Marzen (SFS '22)
A New York City native, Brady Marzen is a senior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Security. He is pursuing minors in Russian and Government. Brady received early acceptance to Georgetown University Law Center’s class of 2025.
Brady is the current Undergraduate Co-Chair of the Student Advisory Board at the Georgetown University Institute of Politics and Public Service, and he served as its Fellows Chair during the 2020-2021 academic year. He was also a member of Spring 2019 Fellow Antonia Ferrier’s Student Strategy Team and was a participant in the Campaign Bootcamp: Battleground Virginia Pre-Orientation Program.
In addition to his involvement with GU Politics, Brady serves as the President of the Georgetown University College Republicans and as the Chairman of the DC Federation of College Republicans. Brady founded Worldview, a newsletter dedicated to sharing serious, policy-oriented conservative perspectives. In 2019, he interned for the White House National Economic Council and Office of International Economic Affairs, where he focused on a range of issues from healthcare to 5G to international energy development. Brady also worked at Madrus, an infrastructure strategy firm that assists state and local entities, and at the Heritage Foundation’s Center for International Trade and Economics.