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BOARD OF REVIEWERS
Terrisa was born in the small town of Miramichi, NB, Canada, and moved to Prince Edward Island to take her Bachelor of Science, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Political Science and Biology. She worked with the Government of New Brunswick as a Community Coordinator for Health Zone 7, involved in the implementation of research-based policy and community integration. She returned to school for her Master's in Global Affairs as a joint program between the University of Prince Edward Island and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. Terrisa's interests lie in social and economic policy, the provision of basic needs and equal opportunities, and the institutional strengthening needed to make the world a better place. She is currently working on her master's thesis on illegal tax evasion and tax reform. She is excited to start working toward reducing economic inequality and socioeconomic barriers that undermine key pillars in our society such as political equality.
Terrisa Lynch - Co-Editor-in-Chief
Sandrine Nkunzimana - Co-Editor-in-Chief
Sandrine is currently pursuing her Master's in Global Affairs from the University of Prince Edward Island and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. In the past, Sandrine served in the Peace Corps in Benin, where she taught English as a foreign language. She received her Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, with a major in Diaspora and Transnational Studies, and minors in both French and African Studies. Sandrine is proficient in English, French, and Haitian Creole, with an intermediate level of Spanish speaking and writing skills. These skills have enabled Sandrine to hold jobs in the State Department, the Carter Center, and the Lidè Foundation. Sandrine is currently working on her master's thesis with a focus on development in Haiti, while working remotely at a start-up company with the aim of creating a new form of consensus in decision making. She looks forward to what the future holds!
The Global Affairs Review has grown out of the joint Masters in Global Affairs program between Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain) and the University of Prince Edward Island (Canada). The primary objective of this journal is to provide students, academics, and working professionals with a platform to share their ideas related to pertinent issues in global affairs.
Christian E. Rieck
Assistant Professor for German Foreign and Development Policy at the Chair of War Studies at the University of Potsdam, Germany
Academic Coordinator for its War and Conflict Studies Programs
Professor of Modern Languages at University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Coordinator of the Master in Global Affairs North America
Lead Faculty Investigator Team WEKIMUN, Chiloé, Chile
Director of the Master in Global Affairs, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos III, Spain
Professor of International Public Law and International Relations at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos III
Adjunct Professor at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Director of the Sustainability Program, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos III
Professor of Applied Economics, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos III, Spain
Doreley C. Coll
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