Don Kohla, originally from Jacksonville, FL, is a junior in the School of Public and International Affairs. His interests focus on transatlantic security partnerships, global food security, and the role of violent non-state actors in geopolitics. Don has work experience in veterans' affairs, government relations, and financial trust law, having previously served on the policy and government affairs team of K9s For Warriors, a veteran’s health-focused nonprofit, and interned with Teton Trust Company providing internal guidance on federal tax policies and bilateral financial agreements. Most recently, he interned at the Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations. On campus, Don is an officer of the Orange Key Guide Association and a research assistant for Professor Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, focusing on global food security, the war in Ukraine, and Afghanistan. Don is the Vice Chair of the Events and Strategic Planning Committee.
Permanent Mission of Liechtenstein to the United Nations