For the last decade I have focused on systemic change to improve the protection of vulnerable populations (both people and wildlife) from abuse and exploitation. My aim is to design and implement mechanisms that would move risk from those who are vulnerable to those who profit from their exploitation. By leveraging new information gathering methods, policy changes, and accountability mechanisms, I believe we have the start of systemic change. I am keen for a new generation to further the ideas and learn from my experiences to create change for the future.
What will students be able to take away from your classes?
A deep understanding of how to create and implement mechanisms and organizations to address global social and environmental problems.
What attracted you to the Keller Center?
Commitment to introducing a more entrepreneurial attitude at Princeton which will help students build lives outside of education.
What do you appreciate most about the Keller Center?
For its commitment to innovation and support for the course.
Share an inspiring story about your time at the Keller Center.
Great to see students use the ideas and practice from the course to decide on their future and want to become agents of change.
What advice would you have for students about getting involved at the Keller Center?
It is important that students want to apply and implement their ideas and be excited by the possibilities of changing the world.