Diana Hajali

Texas A&M, Bush School
Class Year: 2020
Employer: International Trade Administration

Intelligence & Diplomacy

Diana Hajali graduated with a master’s degree in international affairs, focused on national security and diplomacy, from The Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University in 2020. Diana also 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 at a young age, 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.

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