Naima Green is a graduate student at Harvard’s Department of Government. Her research focuses on foreign policy, anti-Americanism, and soft power. Prior to beginning her Ph.D. studies, Naima served for five years as a U.S. diplomat. In the midst of the Egyptian revolution, she was the Public Affairs Officer at U.S. Consulate General Alexandria, where she spearheaded press outreach, educational exchanges, and cultural programming. Then, she moved to Guangzhou, China, where she specialized in student and exchange visitor visas in the Consular section. Naima received a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a Bachelor’s with Honors from Stanford. She speaks Arabic and Chinese.