Tufts European Horizons E-board


Daniel S Eslami


Daniel is an international student from Zurich, Switzerland. He has lived in both Holland and Switzerland and now studies in the US.  He joined European Horizons to expose himself to different perspectives on European affairs and to discuss controversial issues with other students who are interested in Europe. For Daniel, European Horizons provides a great opportunity for people at Tufts to change their perspectives by interacting with other students on matters that interest them. His own areas of interest include, labour economics, international migration, and conflict resolution.



Julia Mioduska


Julia Mioduska is a junior majoring in international relations and German, with a minor in Entrepreneurial Leadership Studies. During the summer, she interned with the Future Europe Initiative at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC. At the Atlantic Council, she researched new developments in European politics and assisted with the curation of public events. Prior to college, she studied British and European politics at St. Edward’s Oxford. As a rising junior, she also interned at Schwarzkopf Junges Stiftung. This organization educates high school students about the European Union and about the importance of political participation. She is currently a TA for "Intro to Business Planning" and also works part-time at the Small Planet Institute.


Santiago Noriega

Santiago is a Junior Cognitive & Brain Sciences major from Mexico and Spain. He is really passionate about soccer, research, and global politics, which is why he joined European Horizons. For Santiago, European Horizons provides a great platform for people of similar backgrounds and interests and to talk about topics that may not regularly come up at Tufts.






Guillaume Pailhoux


Guillaume Pailhoux is a third-year student from Paris, France, double-majoring in International Relations and Economics. As the founder of Tufts European Horizons, he is interested in creating a space for the discussion of European affairs at Tufts and give young people the opportunity to have a voice in the transatlantic relationship. He has been previously involved with the IGL by taking part in EPIIC and being a member of Tufts International Development Costa Rica. He is also involved in the larger European Horizons organization as the Director of US Chapters, where he oversees other European Horizons chapters across 26 universities in the United States. His interests include debating about politics, traveling, and ice hockey.



Jason Schwartz

Expert Coordinator

Jason is a junior majoring in History, planning on concentrating on Modern European history, and Economics. He likes to read the Economist magazine as well as the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times to keep up with nationwide and worldwide current events. Jason also has a desire to become a holder of a private-pilot license in the foreseeable future. Jason is involved in several other clubs on campus, including Tufts Financial Group, Tufts Trading Fund, Tufts Entrepreneurs Society, Friends of Israel, and the Tufts Daily sports section. He joined European Horizons because he is very interested in European current events and loved the prospect of discussing and debating hot-button issues with other motivated Tufts students.


Josefine Tijssen

Media Coordinator

Josefine Tijssen is a Junior studying Computer Science and International Relations, with a focus on systems and cyber security. Last summer, she interned for Akamai Technologies as a Security Engineer, and during the school year she works as a student Tech and Media assistant for the Institute for Global Leadership and is a teaching assistant for Comp40 in the Tufts CS department. She grew up in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and she is very excited to have a group such as European Horizons to discuss European affairs and issues with. She looks forward to delving deeper into problems that the EU is facing and hearing about the different perspectives of students. At Tufts, she is also involved with JumboCode, Tufts SEDS, and the European Students Association. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking weekly dinners with friends, playing D&D, and binge-watching classic movies.


Gabriel Perrin

Gabriel Perrin is a junior majoring in Economics and International Relations. Originally from Paris with a Franco-Brazilian dual citizenship, he has since moved to London and now studies in the US. During the summer of 2018, Gabriel worked at the European Parliament as a parliamentary assistant to the former French Minister of the Interior, where he deepened his knowledge on the inner workings of the European Union. In 2019, he joined European Horizons because he felt it was the best club for developing his interests in both European culture and politics. His interests also include debating, traveling and horse riding.