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ECSF 2007

Ramon De Jesus '08
Internship with Victory Junction, North Carolina
Hometown: The Bronx, New York
Ramon majored in Latin American and Latino Studies and History, with a minor in Anthropology.

Rachel Kleinbaum '08
Internship with UTQ coalition of labor unions, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
Hometown: Rutherford, New Jersey
Rachel majored in Latin American and Latino Studies and Sociology, with a minor in Social Justice and Social Policy.

Daniel Koosed '08
Internship with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha, Tanzania
Hometown: Westport, Connecticut
Daniel majored in Anthropology, with minors in Politics and Legal Studies.

Margot Moinester '09
Internship with WE-ACTx, Rwanda
Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee
Margot majored in Health: Science, Society, and Policy and minoring in Anthropology. She was the recipient of the 2008 Davis Projects for Peace Award, with which she returned to Rwanda to implement a sewing cooperative project that enables Rwandan women to support themselves and their families in the aftermath of violence, including rape. 

Neena Pathak '08
Internship with the Maharashtra Organic Farming Federation in Maharashtra, India
Hometown: Nashua, New Hampshire
Neena majored in Sociology and International and Global Studies and minored in Spanish. Following graduation she worked for Teach for America in Philadelphia and wrote, "Teaching is probably the most difficult thing I've ever done but it is really fulfilling, and I love my students." She now works for the Experiment in International Living in Argentina, a program that educates high school students in ecological exploration and community service.

Jamie Pottern '09
Internship with the Kakamega Environmental Education Program, Kenya
Hometown: Bethesda, Maryland
Jamie was an Environmental Studies and International and Global Studies major and Anthropology minor.