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Therese Nicole Franklin

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Therese Nicole Franklin

Graduate Student Researcher

Therese earned her bachelor’s degree in History from UCLA, her MPA from USC’s Price School of Public Policy, and she is currently finishing up her second Master’s degree in Global Studies at Cal. Therese has worked in humanitarian and refugee policy and programs for international NGOs such as Save the Children and International Rescue Committee and she has also spent time working at the US Mission to the United National headquarters in Switzerland as a Refugee and Migration Affairs Fellow for the US Department of State. Her professional experiences have influenced her current gradate research, which centers around socio-economic, political, and legal determinants of international migration trends with an examination of the roles that foreign policy, legal instruments, and non-state actors play in international migration response.

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