Sebastian Grace holds a Political Science and Journalism degree from Northeastern University in Boston, U.S.A, having graduated in May 2023 with a GPA of 3.94.  
He has previously worked as Scheduling Assistant for U.S. Congressman Seth Moulton on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C and is currently the Editor of the Global Observer, an international affairs and perspectives magazine.  
Passionate about global endeavours and a committed world citizen, Sebastian takes a keen interest in politics and current affairs. He is an enthusiastic, engaging, and driven individual who is curious and eager to learn. 
With a creative writing portfolio nurtured since he won a short story competition hosted by screenwriter Simon Beaufoy at 11 years old, Sebastian has a passion for storytelling, whether through political, creative, corporate, or journalistic copy. He is a writer who loves innovation, keen on journalistic and political messaging opportunities. 
Sebastian has prior experience in corporate communications with the United Nations Population Fund and across the broader non-profit field, volunteering with Cricket Builds Hope in Rwanda and the Foundation of Goodness in Sri Lanka. 
Sebastian is a dynamic person with proven logistical skills. As the director of a fundraising campaign, Sebastian raised over £5500, presented in his local area, and was interviewed on national radio. He works well under pressure and is adept at collaborating in a fast-paced environment, with additional experience at commercial law firm TLT solicitors and TV production company Sunset+Vine.  
Empathetic and considerate of others, Sebastian displays respect for diversity and difference and has proven leadership qualities. He is highly organised with a powerful work ethic and a strong ability to communicate and collaborate. 
In his free time, Sebastian enjoys reading, listening to his record collection and walking his two dogs, Walter and Frodo, in the countryside. He likes nothing more than a nice pint with good friends in a warm pub, preferably after a Leeds United win, though beggars can’t be choosers. 
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