In anticipation of President Biden’s Summit for Democracy, Morgane Holley explores how current foreign policy narratives may serve as an indication for how the summit will likely address key democratic challenges.
Morgane Holley is a program editor at the NATO Association of Canada. She is currently pursuing her master’s in Public and International Affairs at York University’s Glendon School. Having been in the workforce for six years, she is an experienced professional and an excellent strategist with a strong acumen for public relations, business development, as well as project and events management. Having grown up in diplomatic circles she has always been passionate about international relations as a means of promoting global citizenry. Although she first moved to Montreal in 2011 as a student attending McGill University in Montreal for her bachelor’s degree, Morgane has made Toronto her home base. She speaks three languages, has lived in six different countries, and traveled to over thirty more. She is a citizen of France, the United States and Switzerland as well as a permanent resident of Canada. Morgane can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/morgane-holley/