Intelligence & Diplomacy
Graduate Hall Director for the Department of Residence Life
Diana Hajali is pursuing a master’s degree in international affairs at The Bush School of Government & Public Service on the national security and diplomacy track, concentrating in intelligence and American diplomacy/foreign policy. Diana graduated summa cum laude with a BA in International Studies, with a politics and diplomacy emphasis, and a minor in French from Texas A&M University in 2018. Diana was born in Beirut, Lebanon and immigrated with her family to College Station, Texas when she was three years old, allowing her to be proficient in Arabic. Additionally, Diana was fortunate to complete a service project through the Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation and to study abroad in Grenoble, France, for ten weeks. Finally, Diana stayed at a refugee camp on the island of Cyprus after fleeing from the 2006 Lebanon War between Lebanon and Israel.
In terms of service, Diana served as a counselor for the Freshman Leadership Organization (FLO) and was a nationally-recognized competitor and president of the Speech and Debate Team. Diana is a Robertson Foundation of Government fellow and is also an alumnus of the Regent’s Scholars Organization and the US State Department’s Gilman Scholars Program. Diana looks to build a federal career addressing the importance of US security through diplomatic or intelligence efforts.