Kayla Gubov is an experienced executive assistant and business development coordinator with demonstrated success working in government, non-profit, business, marketing, and development. She has gained experience working with Fortune 500 companies relating to political risk; her main contribution included understanding the convergence between business and international politics in Washington, DC. Kayla is an active board member of multiple advocacy groups in DC. Before her time in the consulting world, Kayla worked for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), fighting for free speech on college campuses. While pursuing her studies, Kayla worked for the Office of National Drug Control Policy at the White House combating the opioid crisis. Kayla has previously worked heavily in the non-profit world, gaining her experience at think tanks centering on the Middle East and international politics. During an international fellowship, Kayla traveled to Germany on an interfaith excursion. She has arranged and attended multiple events at embassies for countries all over the world. This past summer, Kayla completed the Foreign Policy Leadership Development Fellowship at The John Quincy Adams Society. Kayla graduated with a Bachelor of Arts focused in International Affairs-Middle East Studies and Political Science from the Elliott School of International Affairs at The George Washington University.