Factum Global is an international consulting firm that specializes in helping businesses and associations expand internationally.
Sumner provides support to the firm’s marketing team, particularly in the areas of market research, data analytics, social media, blogging, and strategy development.
Sumner is a first-year graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he is pursuing a Masters of International Business with concentrations in International Economic Relations and Strategic Management & International Consultancy. He is interested international trade, strategic internationalization, and political economy.
Previously, Sumner graduated from James Madison University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs with a minor in economics. As an undergraduate student, Sumner worked for the Study Abroad Department advising students on programs, applications, transfer credits, and outreach events. He also worked as a research assistant/intern for the Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C., where he assisted Dr. Anne Bradley with her new book, “The Political Economy of Terrorism.”
Outside of the classroom, Sumner spent a summer in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park leading backcountry camping trips for Middle School students at the Overland Summers Camp. A native of Virginia, Sumner is passionate, focused, and constantly looking for learning opportunities. He enjoys traveling, tennis, pickleball, snowboarding, and learning about other countries and cultures.