Tobin is a recent Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Tulane University, where he wrote his final thesis as an ethnography of foreign assistance to a cultural group in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. Tobin also founded a Tulane chapter of Manna Project International, leading several international service trips to Latin America. After graduation, he received a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State for intensive language study of Indonesian in order to gain additional expertise in a large, emerging economy in the tropics. Tobin speaks Portuguese, Spanish, and Indonesian. Follow him on Twitter @TobinFulton.
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