“There is a true connection, a bond between students and professors.”
Why did you choose UB’s Global Development and Peace Program?
I chose this program because of my career objectives to one-day work for either the government or a NGO. I knew it would prepare me well for my future to help solve real world issues.
What do you enjoy most about the program?
I truly enjoy the cultural diversity and the respect that I see between students of varied backgrounds. There is a true connection, a bond between students and professors.
What have you learned from your classroom experiences?
I have experienced so much personal growth at many different levels thanks to the experiences that I have had in the classroom.
Do you have plans following graduation?
I see myself working for the government back in my home country of Ecuador, or perhaps working for an international organization.
Home country: Ecuador
Education before UB
BA, Economics with minor in Business Management Administration, Southern Connecticut State University, Connecticut
Princess Sumaya University, Amman, Jordan
University of Bridgeport, Graduate Assistant
Awards and/or major achievements
Pontificia Universidad Católica, Member of School Board, Ecuador
Model UN, Member of Delegation from University of Bridgeport, New York