About the Podcast
LumiGlo is a podcast discussing foreign policy and diplomacy across East Asia, European Union, and the United States, covering policy categories such as youth, education, health, military, economic policy and human rights. The podcast aims to reduce political apathy around the globe by introducing political or diplomatic topics that may be challenging for a general audience to understand from A to Z in an approachable way.
Meet Our Co-Hosts
Sungbin (Benny) Hwang
Benny is a current undergraduate student at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University. He is the founder and the co-host of the podcast. He initially started this podcast to reduce political apathy around the globe. He aims to deliver the complexity of political or diplomatic topics around us in much more approachable ways to the listeners.
Noah is a second-year American University student majoring in Political Science. His goal is to be a teacher to inspire and provide resources to others so they can be confident to do their best. He is very interested in education, poverty, and law and looks at everything through a social lens beyond simple policy. LumiGlo provides a hub for sharing his ideas of justice and equity, and he hopes that his pod will engage listeners beyond the episode and have them thinking differently long after the episode has ended.
Bella is a second-year student at Georgetown University majoring in International Politics with a concentration in International Law, Institutions, and Ethics and a minor in History. She is interested in international human rights law, education, impact investing, and state building. She is passionate about using law as an instrument to help others and creating policy solutions to optimize public outcomes.
Willie White III
Willie is a current first-year Political Science student at Howard University. Aspiring to become a politician in the future, he plans to use this podcast to expand people's knowledge of public policy, political activism, and international relations. Through LumiGlo, he hopes to engage in conversation that seeks to inform and encourage communities to be more aware of their own political environment and issues that affect them directly and indirectly.