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Currently pursuing a Masters degree in International Relations from Harvard University, where I aim to understand the world in which we live and the role American stakeholders have in creating the world of tomorrow. As a member of the Global Ethics Network, I seek to gain connection and a sense of community from individuals passionate about global affairs, and establish meaningful partnerships with change makers on the frontlines of human advancement in their respective communities, nation states and societies.
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