Oriana Mastro is not your typical second lieutenant. While it’s true that all entry-level officers in Air Force Reserve Command are well educated, it would be hard to find another butter bar who can match Lieutenant Mastro’s record of academic achievement.
Currently a doctoral candidate in the politics department at Princeton University, the Chicago native received a master of arts degree with an emphasis in politics from Princeton in 2009. She did her undergraduate work at Stanford University, where she majored in East Asian studies with a minor in economics and political science. Her cumulative grade-point average at Stanford was 3.808 on a 4.0 scale.
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