Angie Orejuela is a first-generation Honduran American passionate about studying the intersections of digital governance and diplomacy pertaining to developing countries. She is particularly interested in new technology’s socioeconomic impacts through policy implementation.
Angie is a second-year graduate student at Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations, specializing in foreign policy analysis and international economics and development. Maintaining involvement in school, she is also the deputy editor-in-chief of the Journal of Diplomacy, focusing her writing on how digital technologies affect global affairs and vice versa.
She also works as a research assistant at Digital Medusa, assisting with various projects, and a fellow at the Internet Society, where she is working on a project about internet banking systems.