International Studies (IMAJ)
Natine Macauley is a junior in the School of International Service. She is majoring in International Studies with a primary thematic focus on Identity, Race, Gender, and Culture and a secondary thematic focus on Global Inequality and Development. Her regional focus is on Sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, she is pursuing a second degree in African American and African Diaspora Studies from the College of Arts and Sciences. 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, university offices, and consulting firms. After finishing her undergraduate degrees, she hopes to attend law school and pursue a career in entertainment law or international law. During the Fall 2018 semester, Natine will be studying at the American University Nairobi Center in Nairobi, Kenya as a member of the Contemporary Isssues in Kenya and Africa program.
B.A. International Studies (in progress),
B.A. African American and African Diaspora Studies (in progress)
- Contact Info