Felipe Lobo Koerich
Felipe Lobo Koerich, Graduate Fellow, supports our Brazil & Southern Cone practice.
Felipe is a second-year Latin American Studies Masters student at Georgetown University specializing in Governance & Leadership and Diplomatic Studies. His program capstone focuses on Brazilian foreign policy on technology and digital information.
Born in Brazil, Felipe lived in Amsterdam, Houston, and New Orleans before moving to Washington, D.C. He graduated magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2021 with a major in International Politics, a concentration in International Law, and minors in French and Latin American Studies. Felipe’s previous experiences include working at Georgetown as a Spanish tutor, a teaching assistant, and a researcher and research associate for the States and Institutions of Governance in Latin America (SIGLA) database.
He also served as the Executive Managing Director of Learning Enterprises, a multinational education non-profit, and as the Program Director for the same organization’s Brazil and China programs. He speaks English, Portuguese, and Spanish fluently, is proficient in French and is learning Italian.