Independent Diplomat offers internships amd fellowships, lasting 4-6 months, to exceptional applicants seeking a rewarding, hands-on experience in all aspects of an NGO dealing with international relations. Independent Diplomat recruits year-round for internships. Please check our employment page for instructions on how to apply.

Current interns and fellows

Megan Greenwood – Brussels, 2020

Stevi joined ID in 2020 as a Programme Assistant in the Brussels office, working closely on ID’s Rohingya file.

Prior to joining ID, Stevi completed a traineeship with the United Nations high Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Brussels where he worked on strengthening External Relations and Fundraising efforts for campaigns such as Rohingya, Syria and the Mediterranean. He has previously worked in the private sector, raising brand awareness for consumer goods and providing strategic communications advice.

Stevi holds a BA in History from the University of Hong Kong and a MA in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of Antwerp, where he specialised in international security and European Institutions.

N. Chloé Nwangwu – New York, 2020

Chloé is a conflict mediator and Behavioral Strategist specializing in intergroup/interfaith power dynamics and strategic communications. She joined ID as a program fellow, where she advised the first Refugee Delegation to the UN.

Before joining ID, Chloé spent four years advising Israeli civil society groups and the local municipality in Tel Aviv, where she also contributed to track two final status peace negotiations. She has consulted on and developed programming around anti-bias and anti-discrimination as an Assistant Director at the Anti-Defamation League and mediated crisis level bias incidents in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential elections. She has an MA in International Conflict Resolution and Mediation from Tel Aviv University where she continued her undergraduate honors research in the modalities of sensory perception, religious experience and intractable conflict. Other research includes intragroup conflict dynamics and the use of social media in the Arab Spring, which she pursued after living in Cairo in the months leading up to the protests in Tahrir square.

Currently, she is a Policy and Public Diplomacy Fellow at Independent Diplomat where she contributes to digital diplomacy across projects and works closely on the Rohingya, Climate and Refugee files.