Jack Bagdadi is a 2017 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he received a Bachelor of Science in International Relations, with a minor in nuclear engineering. Jack now serves as a commissioned officer of the United States Army infantry on active duty. While at West Point, Jack served as President of the International Relations organization and leader of the Model United Nations team, as well as holding high positions of leadership in the United States Corps of Cadets.
Additionally, Jack interned in the U.S Department of State's Intelligence and Research Bureau's (INR) Strategic, Proliferation, and Military division as an intelligence analyst, helping to create top-level analytical products for government decision and policy-makers throughout the national security apparatus. Jack was born in Porlamar, Venezuela and speaks fluent Spanish and English, while currently working on achieving fluency in Russian. Most of all, he is passionate about fitness, travel, and a brand of analytical thoroughness in foreign policy and international relations that seeks to define clear objectives that are both morally sound and pursuant to the best interests of the United States. This is why he hopes to work for the State Department upon concluding his military career as an intelligence officer.
Jack is a featured writer, but his views are solely his own, and are not reflected by other authors on the Campus Conservative, political organizations, or any entity of the United States government. Likewise, Jack's views are not representative of the United States armed forces, or the United States Government. Jack is the youngest son of Alberto and Jacqueline Bagdadi, of Hollywood, Florida.