Susannah Dibble graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 2018 with honors in the major of International Politics and a certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies. She wrote a thesis on the transition of rebel groups to political parties in Latin America and was a research assistant for a professor conducting research on the Colombian peace process. During her four years, Susannah interned at the Council on Foreign Relations, the United States Institute of Peace, the Public International Law and Policy Group, and the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. She spent a semester studying at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas in Madrid, Spain and a summer working with a human rights organization in Bogotá, Colombia.
After graduation, Susannah worked as an antitrust paralegal for an international law firm. Most recently, she was awarded a Fulbright Schuman grant to the European Union and spent time in Brussels, Belgium and Belfast, Northern Ireland, researching the EU’s involvement in peace processes within its borders with a focus on the effects of Brexit. Susannah is jointly pursuing a J.D. and an M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University. At Georgetown Law, she looks forward to pursuing her interests in transitional justice and dispute resolution. Susannah is proficient in Spanish and conversational in French.