Ivona Iacob is a recent graduate from Yale University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ethics, Politics and Economics. The focus of her thesis research was disparities in end-of-life care treatment within the United States Healthcare System.
While at Yale, Ivona worked as an Office Assistant for the Alumni Affairs Office at Yale Law School for her four years of college. She has also worked as a Tutor for Introductory Microeconomics, and was a Beat Reporter for the culture desk at the Yale Daily News. She has recently started volunteering as a mentor for Liga Studenților Români din Străinătate (LSRS), where she will be advising Romanian students who wish to study abroad.
During her freshman undergraduate summer, Ivona studied Private Law and Contract Enforcement in the United States and France at Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas in Paris. In subsequent collegiate summers she worked as an Editorial Intern at Forbes Media LLC and as a Research Assistant for the Solomon Center for Healthcare Law and Policy at Yale Law School.
Yale University, B.A., Ethics, Politics and Economics, 2018.
Le-Prince Ringuet Prize, awarded by Ecole Polytechnique, France, 2013