Born in Chicago, living in Paris. I received my BA in Political Science in 2012 from DePaul University. I have professional experience as an Assistant Education Policy Analyst for The Latino Policy Forum in Chicago, a District Attorney Aid, a Campaign Volunteer, and most recently a Finance PhD Research Assistant in France. Topics I am interested in: sustainable development, international regulations, and economic policy. I enjoy the fine past-times of exploring food, fiction, art, politics, and contemporary film. My most recent explorations in the aforementioned categories are Camembert cheese, "Infinite Jest" by David Foster Wallace, Simon Hantai' s paintings, and David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive".
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