Isabella Blosser is a full-time J.D. student at Georgetown University Law Center, Class of 2024, where she focuses on international law, with a specialization in national security. Isabella graduated with Honors from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in 2018. While there, she studied Science, Technology and International Affairs (STIA) and completed a certificate in Global Health Policy and a minor in French, with specific research in global health security and equitable models for healthcare delivery. In 2019, Isabella completed her Masters in International Health Policy and Economics with Merit from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Isabella is interested in trade facilitation and investment to support economic growth across frontier and emerging markets.

Concurrently with the J.D. Program, Isabella serves as a Founding Team Member and Senior Advisor to the Partnership for Central America, a public-private partnership with the Office of Vice President Harris, U.S. Department of State, and USAID focused on mobilizing private sector investment to support economic development across El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. At the Partnership, Isabella leads In Her Hands, a women’s economic empowerment initiative aimed to support opportunities for 5 million women across the region. She previously served as the Global Chief of Staff to the WHO Ambassador for Global Strategy and Health Financing, Raymond G. Chambers.