Jennifer Tribble is a second-year Terrorism Studies student in the Nonproliferation Studies program at the Institute. Her course selection spans the gamut of national security issues, with specializations in the terrorism-trafficking nexus, intersections of migration flows and terrorism, and radicalization and recruitment both at home and abroad. Jennifer received her B.A. in Political Science from Tufts University and since then has worked as an editor across several disciplines, including international security, sustainability, food science, and fishing. She is currently studying both Arabic and Portuguese, and has past experience in Latin and Gaelic, although neither of these seems to hold much promise in today's counterterrorism landscape.