Chris Pieper received a degree in Government from the College of William and Mary in 2008. After his undergraduate studies, Chris lived in Kazakhstan for one year as a Fulbright scholar and researched state attitudes towards civil society. He subsequently interned at the US Commission on International Religious Freedom and worked as a Legislative Assistant for Congressman Eni F.H. Faleomavaega in Washington, DC. Chris recently returned from Moscow, Russia where he interned at Baker & McKenzie and VimpelCom (NYSE: VIP). He speaks Russian and Turkish and lives with his wife and two children in Sandy, Utah. Chris has joined the Recruitment Team of the Student Executive Committee for the 19th Annual International Law and Relgion Symposium.