Eugenie earned the Virginia State Award from the Johns Hopkins University at the age of seven.
She then began her high school studies at the age of nine and graduated at the age of eleven with a college preparatory high school diploma from the University of Missouri High School. At eleven years old, Eugenie began her undergraduate studies at the American Military University, and then began her graduate studies at Harvard University Division of Continuing Education when she was thirteen years old. At the age of fifteen, de Silva graduated with a Master’s degree in Intelligence Studies with a concentration in Intelligence Analysis from the American Military Univesity. For this Master’s degree, at fifteen, Eugenie developed a novel model for law enforcement and intelligence personnel to detect individual-level deception. Eugenie has already applied this model and proven its success in real-life situations. Eugenie graduated with her second Master’s degree from the Harvard University Division of Continuing Education at the age of sixteen. For this Master’s degree, Eugenie wrote a thesis titled, “An Analysis of Edward Snowden and His Actions.”
At fifteen years old, Eugenie began a Ph.D. in Politics (Intelligence Studies – Denial and Deception) at the University of Leicester, England (supervisor: Professor Mark Phythian). At eighteen years old, she began her 3rd graduate degree at the University of Cambridge where she just finished her MPhil in Education, Globalization, and International Development in the Faculty of Education. She’s a member of Churchill College where she has acted as the internal social secretary for the graduate students.
Eugenie has published two children’s books that were the part of a series titled, “The Adventures of Princess Eugenie.” Eugenie was the co-author of an educational textbook for college students titled “Multidisciplinary Research for College Students.” Her latest book, “National Security and Counterintelligence in the Era of Cyber Espionage,” was published in 2015.
Since the age of fifteen, Eugenie has had her own blog in which she provides analyses of on-going events that are specifically related to intelligence, security, and counter-terrorism.
Eugenie is the founder of the International Association of Child Prodigies (IACP), which provides gifted children with an accepting environment to pursue their goals regardless of adversity.
Eugenie was born in Manchester, England and was raised by her father. At the age of six, Eugenie taught herself to play the piano by ear. At thirteen years old, she was the assistant coach for an under-10 boys’ soccer team for the American Youth Soccer Organization.
Eugenie is also a student ambassador for the American Military University. She is a lifetime member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key International Honor Society. She also has presented and won eight first place awards for her oral presentations in psychology, history of science, physics and astronomy, behavioral sciences, psychology, computer science, and science and mathematics. At the age of sixteen, Eugenie was named the Luce Leader 2015 by the James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation. She was the internal social secretary for Churchill College, Cambridge University graduate students.