Tucker Boyce

University of Maryland, School of Public Policy
Class Year: 2020
Employer: U.S. Department of State
Position: Foreign Affairs Officer

Public Policy

Tucker Boyce is a Foreign Affairs Officer at the U.S. Department of State. He recently completed his Master of Public Policy as a Robertson Fellow at University of Maryland, where he focused on international security and economic policy topics.

While in school, Tucker supported research on emerging technology issues as a Graduate Assistant at the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland. Before graduate school, Tucker worked on a post-bachelor’s appointment in the International Threat Reduction group at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Tucker completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Georgia and earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics.

Tucker has completed two U.S. State Department-funded Critical Language Scholarships for Turkish, in Ankara, Turkey (Summer 2015) and Baku, Azerbaijan (Summer 2017). He previously served as the president of the Critical Language Scholarship Alumni Society and is happy to discuss the CLS program with fellows.

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