I’m a PhD student from the Government Department at Cornell University. I’m interested in the study of different types of corruption and their incidence on voting behavior, and I focus primarily in Latin America and the Peruvian case. I’m currently a Graduate Fellow at the Latin American Studies Program at the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies from Cornell University, where I’m also a student administrative assistant. I’m also TA for GOVT 1313 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics, and I also lead a Spanish section for this course (as part of the FLAC program).
Previously to coming to Cornell, I received a bachelor’s degree in Social Science with a major in Political Science and Government from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). After graduating, I worked as a TA at PUCP, where I was also a research assistant for the Escuela de Gobierno y Políticas Públicas of the same university. After that, I worked in the Centro de Investigación de la Universidad del Pacífico as a research assistant, where I was also an instructor at the undergraduate level.
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