Sarine Meguerditchian

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Sarine Meguerditchian is an undergraduate student at Northwestern University studying Economics and Political Science, with hopes to specialize in the nexus between globalization and international human rights. Originally from Boston, MA, she has worked at both the local level in town and state politics, and most recently interning with the Massachusetts State Senator Edward Markey in his Washington, DC office. She is involved in several campus student organizations that focus on international affairs, and is active in raising awareness for her ethnic homeland, Armenia.

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