Master of Arts in German and European Studies, McHenry Fellow | Huffington Fellow
Adviser: Ambassador (ret.) John Heffern, Distinguished Fellow for Diplomacy and Social Entrepreneurship; Acting Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs (2017)
Topic: Strikinga New Transatlantic Bargain: European Strategic Autonomy and the Role Of NATO
Luka Ignac is a McHenry Global Public Service Fellow, an ISD Certificate Candidate, and an M.A. candidate in German and European Studies at Georgetown University. His research at ISD focuses on exploring the dynamics of EU-NATO cooperation. At Georgetown, he also co-chairs the Transatlantic Policy Symposium. Luka is currently working as a Young Global Professional with the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center. Previously, Luka interned with the BMW Group Government and External Affairs, Croatian Embassy in Washington D.C., the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, and the UCLouvain’s Center for comparative and political science (CESPOL). Additionally, he is an alumnus of State Department Exchange Programs, One Young World, and Clinton Global University. He graduated summa cum laude from DePauw University, where he holds a B.A. in Political Science and French. Luka is from Zagreb, Croatia.