Charlotte Armistead is a second-year M.S. in Foreign Service candidate at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. She is a 2021 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellow and has served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University’s Department of Near East Languages and Civilizations and Political and Economic Affairs Fellow at U.S. Embassy Kuwait. Her previous work focuses on the Abraham Accords, AI, and salafi jihadi movements in the Levant. Currently, she works with In Defense of Christians. Charlotte holds a B.A. in Arabic and International Studies from the University of Mississippi.