Ryan Newquist '19

United States - La Cañada Flintridge

Ryan Newquist is a alumni from La Cañada Flintridge, California and he majored in International Relations. Ryan had been a part of the Honduras Team of Tufts International Development since his sophomore year. He has always been interested in education and the impact that it can have on a community. 

Clemencia Pinasco '19

Peru - Lima

Clemencia is a alumni from Lima, Peru. She double majored in Biology and Environmental Policy, and is very passionate about conservation and sustainable development. She is particularly interested in the value of education for development. Clemencia has worked with several NGOs that have a strong focus on education and is very excited to continue working on the Libraries Without Borders project to expand access to education in Ecuador. In her free time, Clemencia likes hiking, climbing and investigating the daily activity of spider monkeys in the Peruvian Amazon.

Cami Rovalino '19

Camila, as an Ecuadorian student, is committed to giving back to the country that she has called home for most of her life. She majored in quantitative economics. She is very interested in the role that technology plays in breaching the educational gap between developed anddeveloping countries andenabling a sustainable development. She has experience in consulting as well as working with NGOS both in the US and Ecuador. She has worked with NGOs such as Kids In Need of Defense (KIND), TECHO Ecuador, among others.