Taryn Sebba is a junior in Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs with prospective certificates in Latin American Studies, Philosophy, and Diplomacy. Taryn has career experience working on political campaigns, in government agencies, and for NGOs such as The HALO Trust -- a nonprofit dedicated to removing landmines. It's through this work and her studies at Princeton that she has become interested in the Northern Triangle and economies of violence, as well as indigenous and environmental protections in Brazil. She is grateful for the support she has received from the PLAS department at Princeton and looks forward to continuing her studies and research through it.
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