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Our latest alumni profile comes from the Class of 2012:
Cristina Hunter O'Leary(Global Politics and Societies, Middle Eastern Studies)After graduation in May I moved home to San Diego to spend some time working and tackling the tedious task of graduate school admissions. Over the summer, I got involved working with The AjA Project, a community program which provides photography-based education programs to inner-city and refugee youth in San Diego. I’m currently working as an assistant instructor and media curator with The AjA Project. Working with local refugee youth has been an incredible experience and has continued to shape my interest in a career working within refugee communities. I am also currently applying for my Master’s of Public Health. Majoring in International Studies always made me determined to work within the international community; however, I never thought I would end up pursuing a career in Public Health. Working with under-served populations in San Diego has further bolstered my belief that without proper health care we cannot hope to make large scale changes to our local and global community. I am so lucky to be working with The AjA Project as I anxiously await the decisions from my prospective graduate schools! (02/26/13)