Eulynn is a public servant dedicated to advancing America’s interests through insightful research, evaluation, and instruction. At USAGM, Eulynn oversees a research operation that generates USAGM’s audience reach and tracks the agency’s impact. Prior to joining the agency, Eulynn spent nearly a decade U.S. Department of State, where she built a team of over 20 research professionals committed to improving monitoring and evaluation of diplomatic activities. She has also held research positions at Pew Research Center, where she focused on the role of the internet in American life; Georgetown University, where she supported Washington Post Columnist E.J. Dionne, Jr.; and advocacy nonprofit Americans for the Arts, where she managed research on the creative industries.
Eulynn is a member of the 29th cohort of the Robert Bosch Foundation Transatlantic Fellowship, during which she completed assignments in the Berlin city government and the German Commission for UNESCO in Bonn. As a Fellow, she has organized multiple events in DC and Germany to promote cultural diversity and preservation.
Eulynn has a master’s in public policy from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s from the School of Communication at Northwestern University. She speaks fluent Mandarin, biergarten German, and restaurant French. She and her husband are raising two young children in Washington, D.C.