Verónica María Hoyer
2019-2020 ISD Fellow
Advisor: Ambassador (ret.) Jeffrey DeLaurentis, Distinguished Resident Fellow in Latin American Studies, ISD, Georgetown
Research topic: Defending Democracy: Constraints on Latin American Leaders to Use Military Force in Latin America
Verónica María Hoyer is an MSFS/MPP dual degree candidate at the Walsh School of Foreign Service and the McCourt School of Public Policy. Her ISD research will focus on constraints in Latin American policy towards the crisis in Venezuela. Verónica is a United States Air Force veteran, having served two combat deployments in Afghanistan, and holds seven years of experience in national security in both civilian and military settings focusing on the Korean Peninsula and Latin America. She graduated with honors from the George Washington University with a dual degree in International Affairs and Economics.