Bridgitte Taylor is the President of the International Relations Students Association (IRSA) at the University of British Columbia, and a fifth year International Relations Major. As the President of IRSA, she aims to engage university students and the Vancouver community at large, with various international issues through ongoing events, resources and other modes of public outreach. Bridgitte’s interests in International Relations are wide ranging, spanning from Canadian foreign policy, to intra-state conflict with a particular regional interest in Latin America. In the past, she has worked alongside international organizations such as the United Nations Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Agreement Organization (CTBTO), and the Asia Pacific Foundation, as well as more grassroots Canadian organizations working on political change and engagement at local levels. After graduation, Bridgitte intends to pursue a Masters degree in International Relations and/or Political Science.