Editor-in-Chief, The SAIS Review
Jonathan Mangrum is a second-year M.A. candidate studying international relations at the Johns Hopkins University SAIS with concentrations in Security Studies and the Indo-Pacific region. His research interests include the international development projects of China and the development, foreign policy, and security challenges of India and Indonesia. He is a founding executive board member of the SAIS South Asia Society. Before attending SAIS, Jonathan completed two internships in the House of Representatives, where he contributed research to member offices on various issue areas, including US Indo-Pacific strategy, the COVID-19 pandemic, and nuclear power.
Jonathan graduated magna cum laude from Georgia College and State University in 2019 with a B.A. in Political Science. He spent the final year of his degree program studying Urdu in Lucknow, India as a 2018 Boren Scholar, and he received a 2016 Newman Civic Fellowship for civic engagement. Jonathan is originally from Augusta, Georgia.