Ariana Guy

Ariana Guy
  • Class of 2014
  • Hometown: Fredericksburg, VA
  • Major(s): Government/ Minor: French
  • Archived Blogger

About Ariana Guy

Ariana majored in Government with a minor in French. After graduating high school, she spent her summers interning for the Department of Justice, Health and Human Services and the Executive Office of the President.

Ariana was also the Publicity Chair for William & Mary’s Young Democrats, which required her to publicize the activities of the Young Democrats, as well as work with the Social Chair to form bonds with other clubs. She was especially active in the 2012 Obama campaign: registering students to vote, canvassing door-to-door and phone banking for the Democratic Party.

Ariana worked with Campus Kitchens, helping cook and prepare meals for hungry families in the Williamsburg area. In her spare time, Ariana enjoyed playing classical piano, watching movies and reading.

Posts by Ariana Guy

An Officer, A British Gentlemen…and an Expert on Transnational Crime!

Following Account of LTC Murphy provided by Guest Blogger: Nicole Wright Following Account of Douglas Farah provided by Guest Blogger: Ben Kenzer Following Account

Ambassadors, Arms and American Security

Following Account of Ambassador Courtney visit provided by Guest Blogger: Haley Bauser Following Account of Hillary Waldron visit provided by Guest Blogger: Bryan Joyce

A State-Approved, State Department Post

Following accounts of State Department Operations Center and State Department Panel provided by guest bloggers Melanie Gilbert and Ben Kenzer, respectively. May 14, 2013

Health and Human Networking

Following Account of HHS visit provided by guest blogger: Darice Xue May 14, 2013 The second day of the Institute was geared toward a

Day 1: A Busy Beginning

Following account of Ghost Army viewing provided by guest blogger Kelsey Sakumoto. As the sun rose over our nation’s capital, the William & Mary

Move-In Day for the William & Mary D.C. Summer Institute: National Security

Hello! My name is Ariana Guy and I am a rising senior at the College of William & Mary, majoring in Government with a