|Katie Camille '10 graduated with a BSE in Chemical Engineering and a certificate in Materials Science & Engineering. In 2010-11, she was a Princeton in Africa fellow in Burkina Faso working on social entrepreneurship and ceramic water filter projects at the 2iE International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering. She is now pursuing a masters in Environmental Engineering with a focus in Sustainable Water Resources at the University of North Carolina's Gillings School of Global Public Health. Email Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on her internship at the International Water Association in the Netherlands.|
|Dinah Chen '11 graduated with a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School and a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. She lives in Boston, where she is doing a P55 fellowship at the Emergency Medicine Network, part of Massachusetts General Hospital. Her position as a Clinical Research Coordinator involves working on many aspects of clinical research (from interviews and data collection, to management, and analyses) concerning emergency departments across the U.S. She plans to attend medical school and pursue a masters in Public Health. E-mail Dinah at email@example.com with any questions on her internship with the World Health Organization in Switzerland.|
|Liz Chen '10 is currently in her second year of teaching high school chemistry and biology at a school through Teach For America. Her school is set in the middle of a peanut field in rural Eastern North Carolina and 99% of the student body is African American. She has witnessed the achievement gap firsthand and this injustice spreads into the field of public health. Therefore, after this year, she plans to attend graduate school for either public health or education policy. She graduated with a concentration in Anthropology and a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. E-mail Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on her internship with the Pan American Health Organization in Mexico.|
|Rena Chen '11 is living in Singapore as an International Fellow with the Princeton in Asia program, teaching in the School of Business and Accountancy at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. She graduated with a concentration in Anthropology and certificates in Environmental Studies and Urban Studies. E-mail Rena at email@example.com with any questions on her internship with Bioversity in Italy.|
|Jonathan Gary '11 majored in Economics at Princeton. He studied abroad in Spain during the summer after freshman year and interned in Santiago, Chile, the summer after sophomore year. Says Jonathan: "Both experiences really opened my mind to different cultures and ways of thinking, and I am very glad that I was able to take advantage of these amazing opportunities while I was in college." He is currently working as a research analyst at a fund-of-hedge-funds in Stamford, CT. E-mail Jonathan at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about his internship with the UN Economic Commission for Latin American and the Caribbean in Santiago, Chile.|
|Mark Gray '11 graduated with a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School and certificates in East Asian Studies and Applications of Computing . He is now in Taipei on a Fulbright Scholarship, researching copyright law in Taiwan. He is enjoying eating good food and the island's beauty, while exploring how the political relationship between the U.S. and Taiwan has influenced the evolution of copyright law. E-mail Mark at email@example.com with questions about interning in China or Taiwan.|
|Katie Hsih '10 graduated with a B.S.E. in Operations Research & Financial Engineering and certificates in Global Health & Health Policy and Engineering Biology. In 2010-11, she worked with the Wellbody Alliance in Sierra Leone and the U.S. with the support of a ReachOut56-81 International Fellowship. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Medical Anthropology at the University of Oxford. E-mail Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on her internship with Wellbody Alliance (formerly Global Action Foundation) in Sierra Leone.|
Katie Hsih '11 graduated as a pre-med student concentrating in Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures and earned certificates in Environmental Studies, Latin American Studies, and Latino Studies. At Princeton, she was an RCA, a translator at the University Medical Center at Princeton, a coordinator of Pa’Delante, and a member of the women’s crew team. She is currently a Princeton in Latin America fellow in Parramos, Guatemala, where she works in El Centro de Salud de Parramos (a health clinic) and teaches middle school students in The Valley of the Pines School. E-mail Cindy at email@example.com with any questions on her internship with Child Family Health International in Bolivia.
|Ka-Yee Ivy Lau '11 is working for the Mann Christian Fellowship on the Princeton University campus. She graduated with a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School. E-mail Ivy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on her internship with J.P. Morgan in China.|
|Yi Liao '11 is working as a Consultant for IBM Global Business Services. She lives in New York City, but travels a lot of her client-facing projects. She is really hoping to get on an international project some time in the next two years and maybe even return to France! She concentrated in Chemistry and completed a certificate in Materials Science & Engineering. E-mail Yi at email@example.com with any questions about her internship with the Pasteur Institute in France.
|Anthony McDougal '10 graduated from Princeton with a B.S.E. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and a certificate in Materials Science & Engineering. In 2010-11, he served as an AmeriCorps National Teaching Fellow at Sharpstown Middle School for Citizen Schools in Houston, TX. E-mail Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about his internship at FUNDESCRI in Guatemala.|
|Claudia Solis-Roman '11 graduated from Princeton with a concentration in the Woodrow Wilson School and certificates in Latin American Studies and Environmental Studies. While at Princeton, she interned at Project Lab in Brazil. She is currently working at Endeavor Uraguay through Princeton in Latin America. E-mail Claudia at email@example.com with any questions about interning at Endeavor. IIP Placements have been created at Endeavor in Argentina, Chile, Egypt, and Jordan.|
|Lisa Tom '11 graduated with a concentration in Anthropology and certificates in Creative Writing and Chinese Language. She is currently writing fiction with the support of the Martin Dale '53 fellowship in Baltimore. She is also applying to medical school. E-mail Lisa at Ltom@alumni.princeton.edu with any questions on her internships with Child Family Health International in Bolivia and Clinical Familiar Luis Angel Garcia in Guatemala.|
|Peter Tzeng '11 graduated with a B.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School. During his time at Princeton, Peter studied or worked in China, Ecuador, Egypt, Morocco, Switzerland, and Taiwan. He speaks Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish--at varying degrees of proficiency. After graduating, Peter decided to embark on a "language gap year(s)," spending a year or two abroad dedicated to foreign language study and cultural immersion. Peter plans to attend law school in the U.S. with a focus on international law. E-mail Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions on his internship with the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.|
|Joseph Vellone '10 graduated with a B.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School and certificates in Environmental Studies and Contemporary European Politics & Society. He is currently working at the UN World Food Program's Regional Bureau for West and Central Africa as a humanitarian program officer. He lives in Dakar, Senegal, and travels regularly on field missions throughout the region. E-mail Joseph at email@example.com with any questions on his internship with the Danish Institute for Human Rights in Denmark.|
|Alyse Wheelock '11 is working at the UCSF Breast Care Center in San Francisco. Her job encompasses working for a couple clinical trials and an innovative project that is trying to integrate clinical care and research. She also works for a program called Decision Services helping patients generate questions for their doctor and taking notes during the consultation. In her spare time, she's been exploring the city by foot and bicycle, playing in a community orchestra, and practicing Spanish when the opportunity arises. She concentrated in Anthropology and completed a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. E-mail Alyse at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about her internship at Clinica Familiar Luis Angel Garcia in Guatemala.|