Fiona Galvis

Undergraduate '25
EU Program Undergraduate Fellow

Originally from New York City, Fiona is a junior in the School of Public and International Affairs pursuing certificates in History and the Practice of Diplomacy, European Cultural Studies, and Contemporary European Politics and Society. Fiona's primary research interests lie in conflict policy, the role of the EU in global politics, and international humanitarian law. Previously, Fiona worked under the UN Office Advocacy and Campaigns Manager at Crisis Action as a MENA and Sahel researcher, focusing on protection of civilians. At Princeton, Fiona is an Undergraduate Fellow at the Center for International Security Studies, a Student Fellow at the AccessAbility Center, and a Staff Photographer for the Daily Princetonian. She knows Spanish, Latin, and Ancient Greek, and enjoys surfing in her free time.