PiLA Alumni: Where Are They Now?

Sasha Sadrai ’09

Video: Sasha Sadrai
Watch this short video (1 min. 24 sec.) of 2009 Endeavor-Chile Fellow Sasha Sadrai talking about her experience.
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Christian Gomez ’03

is currently in Washington, D.C.

Christian GomezAfter returning from Central America, Christian became Executive Director of PiLA, traveling throughout Latin America to increase fellow ship opportunities. Following two years at the PiLA helm, he returned to his native Washington, DC, where he now works in the Democratic Governance Program at the Inter-American Dialogue.
Read more in the PLAS Fall 2006 newsletter (page 24) [PDF]

Stephanie Dashiell '04

is currently in San Carlos de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina

Stephanie DashiellFrom Stephanie's blog The Wanderer: "I like living outside, waking up and going to be with the sun. I like knowing what phase the moon is in and how the weather is changing. I like teaching and learning about trees, plants, animals. I like eating fruits and vegetables straight from the plant. I like traveling and seeing new places but I also like knowing one place very well."
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Published Work by PiLA Fellows

Christina Lara ’07

Christina Lara '07 was the Fellow at Convivencia Educativa (CEAC), in Mexico, in 2007-08. CEAC is an organization that works on capacity building with teachers and students in rural schools throughout Mexico. During Christina's fellowship, she not only worked hands-on in the schools, but was also responsible for writing monthly reports on the progress made at each school visited that month. Her evaluations were integral to the ongoing success of CEAC and were so well received that it was suggested to her that she combine her evaluations and insights into a paper to be published by the International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Here you can find her paper:
Addressing the Telesecundaria in Zacatecas Mexico.