Anna Cincotta ’21 is a political science major and peace and justice studies minor from Princeton, New Jersey.
On campus, she serves as the editor-in-chief of The Gettysburgian and works for the Center for Public Service as a program coordinator for the Painted Turtle Farm. She also sings in an a cappella group and works for the Political Science Department as a peer learning associate. In the summer of 2019, she was an editorial intern for Working Mother Magazine in New York City.
In the spring of 2020, Anna studied multilateral diplomacy and international relations in Geneva, Switzerland. Her independent research project focused on disinformation campaigns in the modern media space and their social and political consequences.
This past summer, Anna was a research assistant studying the relationship between gender-inclusive language in peace treaties and intrastate conflict.
Before serving as an Undergraduate Fellow, Anna participated in the Eisenhower Institute’s Contours of the Middle East program.
After graduation, she plans on pursuing a law degree.