Executive Board 2022

Board Members



Martina Amate Perez – Co-Editor in Chief

Martina was born and raised in New York City but now lives in Englewood, New Jersey. Her family’s from Argentina so that’s another place that’s very close to her heart. She is a junior in Davenport College and is majoring in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration. Besides Glo, Martina is involved with RISE, a tutoring program for immigrant and refugee youth in Connecticut, the Yale Prison Education Initiative, and Students Unite Now (SUN). She enjoys reading (and sometimes writing) creative nonfiction and fiction. She is so excited to be serving as Co-Editor in Chief! Talk to her about astrology, Love Island or…anything else!





Victory Lee – Co-Editor in Chief


Victory is a sophomore in Ezra Stiles College. She was born and raised in South Korea but now lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is planning to major in Economics and (potentially) Spanish, and is especially interested in issues relating to education, economic inequality, and Central American migration to the U.S. Outside of Glo, she is the Korean/English editor for the Accent Magazine and works as a research assistant for Professor Ayres at YLS. She is also involved in the Yale Interpretation Network and plans to join the Korean acapella group, Hangarak, this year! Some of her random hobbies are snowboarding and playing the drum set:)




Margaret Hedeman – Chief Online Editor

Margaret is a junior in Branford College from Concord, Massachusetts. She is majoring in history (the world economy) and is a member of the women’s crew team. Outside of the Globalist, she served as a Sports Editor for the Yale Daily News and has been a staff reporter there since her first year at Yale. She is also an editor for the Yale Historical Review. Margaret is interested in journalism, world economies, Ken Follett novels, and all Marvel movies.




Dylan Gunn – Chair

Dylan was born in Northern Ireland and raised on Long Island. That move still informs how he looks at the world—the complex personal consequences of foreign policy. He is a first-year in Pauli Murray College, soon to be sophomore in Branford. He is looking to major in either History or Political Science, and double major in Spanish. Outside of Glo, he is also a teacher for Yale Hemispheres, a writer for the Yale Herald, and a researcher for the Yale Policy Institute. Dylan loves urban and nature photography and reading poetry—William Carlos Williams and Seamus Heaney being his favorites.




Lekha Sunder – Creative Director


Staff Editors



Mahesh Agarwal – Managing Editor

Mahesh is a sophomore in Branford College. He grew upin a small town on the Seacoast of New Hampshire but is aspirationally a city person who enjoys traveling to anywhere with a solid street food scene and public transportation network. Mahesh did Directed Studies his first year and is tentatively majoring in either History or Math & Philosophy. Outside of the Globalist, he serves as a senator in the Yale College Council and is a member of the Yale Political Union. Mahesh’s favorite things include fountain pens, space, blue shirts and autumn.




Razel Suansing  – Managing Editor

Razel is a sophomore from Davenport College and a prospective Global Affairs major. She finds home in three places in the Philippines: Manila, Sultan Kudarat, and Nueva Ecija. As she grew up in an area riddled with religious conflict and insurgencies, she developed an interest in the intersection between counterterrorism and human rights. Razel has always been innately curious about international, current affairs; she loves watching documentaries and learning languages to understand different cultures. Outside of Glo, Razel interns for Darfur Women Action Group and the Philippine Congress. She is also the Cops and Courts Reporter for the Yale Daily News, an associate editor of the Yale Human Rights Journal, and works with the Lowenstein Human Rights Project.



Sidney Hirschman — Production and Design

Sidney Hirschman (JE ’22) is a Graphic Design concentrator in the Art major from the Bay Area, California. If Sidney isn’t curled up in their room staring into the backlit abyss of an InDesign layout, they’re probably in the JE Press as a student manager, getting covered in ink and sorting tiny blocks of lead type into tiny wooden compartments.







Claire Donnellan – Copy Editor

Claire is a junior in Saybrook College potentially majoring in English or Humanities. She is originally from Chicago, Illinois and is an ardent supporter of deep dish pizza. At Yale, Claire spends most of her time working on theatre with the Dramat, advocating for human rights with the Lowenstein Project, and promoting girl power to New Haven middle schoolers as a troop leader with Campus Girl Scouts. In her (very limited) free time, Claire plays the Irish fiddle. She is incredibly excited to spread her love of the Oxford comma as a Copy Editor for the Yale Globalist!




Evan Gorelick – Copy Editor

Evan is a first-year in Timothy Dwight College from Woodbridge, CT. Though currently (very) undecided, Evan is interested in economics, philosophy, neuroscience, and English. This year, Evan is excited to bring his love for the Chicago Manual of Style (including the Oxford comma, of course) to the Globalist as a Copy Editor! Outside of Glo, Evan can be found performing and teaching guitar, climbing with the Yale Climbing Team, and repping TD in intramural sports.





Wei-Ting Shih — Online Editor

Wei-Ting is a junior in Grace Hopper College from Taiwan and Nicaragua. She is double-majoring in Ethics, Politics & Economics and History (International and Diplomatic History), and is especially interested in foreign policy, security and peace-building, law, and global power dynamics. Outside of The Globalist, Wei-Ting is involved with the Tsai CITY Student Advisory Board, the Yale Daily News and Taiwanese-American Society. Some things she loves are: warm weather, iced coffee, learning languages and watching the Yankees win. Wei-Ting is so incredibly excited to be an online editor for Glo this year!




Patrik Haverinen – Online Editor

Patrik is a first-year in Benjamin Franklin College, born and raised in Helsinki, Finland. He is a prospective major in either Ethics, Politics, and Economics or Global Affairs. He is passionate about foreign policy issues and has had the chance to travel to more than 30 countries around the world. In his free time, you can find him running, drinking chai latte and telling people that Finland is, in fact, not part of Scandinavia.




Lucy Edmunds — Production and Design


 Raina Sparks — Copy Editor


Axel de Vernou — Business Team


Amre Proman — Business Team