Emily Fisher (SFS '22)
Born and raised in West Virginia, Emily Fisher (she/her) is a senior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Politics with a concentration in law while pursuing minors in Disability Studies and Jewish Civilization.
She has been involved with GU Politics through Campaign Bootcamp: Battleground Virginia, discussion groups, and Fellows’ office hours. In the Spring of 2019, Emily was on the Student Strategy Team of GU Politics Fellow Antonia Ferrier; in the Fall of 2020, she served as the Team Lead for GU Politics Fellow Errin Haines. As the Fellows co-chair, Emily looks forward to supporting the new Fellows and students with the return to campus and introducing the Fellows to the Georgetown community.
Additionally on campus, Emily works as a coordinator with HOME, which is a Center for Social Justice initiative for Homelessness, Outreach, Meals, and Education, serves on the Senior Class Committee, and spends time with the Center for Jewish Civilization.
In her free time, Emily enjoys mysteries, reading, spending time with family (including her dog, George), watching sports, puzzles, and exploring DC.