Sejal Goud

Sejal Goud

Communications Coordinator, Science & Society

Student in Public Policy and International Affairs

Sejal Goud is a junior at Princeton University, where she is pursuing studies in public policy and international affairs and has been named the Frederick P. Hitz ’61 Scholar in the Nation’s Service. As the Communications Coordinator within the Science & Society Program, Sejal is committed to leveraging her backgrounds in advocacy and journalism to promote the link between civic engagement and science communication, as well as to support underrepresented communities in and through the sciences. Her interest in these initiatives informs her current independent research into multilateral climate mobility policy, which will be presented to the National Security Council and the U.S. Mission to the UN.

She first joined the Aspen Institute as an intern in Summer 2022. At Princeton, Sejal leads the Features section of The Daily Princetonian as Head Editor and is involved with various community organizations, including El Centro English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL), Vote100, and the Service Focus Race, Migration, and Belonging cohort.

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