Angie Hendrickson is a researcher working on the Global Terrorism Database (GTD). She is also a Master of Arts candidate in International Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University. Ms. Hendrickson's coursework has included intelligence and security issues, quantitative analysis, and international development studies.
Prior to her research work with the GTD, Ms. Hendrickson served as a Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru Desk Officer in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs at the U.S. Department of State through the student internship program. Working in the Office of Andean Affairs, she liaised between U.S. embassies in the Andean region and the U.S. government community in Washington, and helped draft, edit, and clear action memos and other official paper for the Bureau. She has also served as a Program Intern at the Washington Chapter of the Society for International Development, where she helped coordinate the Society's Annual Conference and Gala Dinner.
Ms. Hendrickson graduated with distinction from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish, and a Minor in History. Her concentrations included Global Artistic Tradition and Change, as well as Latin American Studies. When possible, she has combined her professional interests with volunteer work abroad, and has served as an English instructor in China and Cuba, and a medical assistant in Honduras.