International Studies (IMAJ)
Natine Macauley is a sophomore in the School of International Service majoring in International Studies with a thematic focus on Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture and a regional focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, she is pursuing a degree in African American and African Diaspora Studies from the College of Arts and Sciences. Prior to joining the Justice Programs Office (JPO), Natine conducted research in Havana, Cuba during the Spring of 2017 titled "Identity: Afro-Cuban Art and Expression." Natine also has experience working for law firms, non-profits, and consulting firms. After finishing her undergraduate degrees, she hopes to attend law school and pursue a career in entertainment law or international law. Currently, Natine works with the Right to Counsel (R2C) Initiative and looks forward to learning more about the defense system.
B.A. International Studies (in progress),
B.A. African American and African Diaspora Studies (in progress)
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