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Anastasia Sendoun is a member of Georgetown College class of 2018, majoring in government and Spanish. Originally from Chicago, she became interested in education after working with the D.C. Schools Project, a Center for Social Justice program that engages with D.C.’s immigrant community to provide tutoring and English-language access. During the summer of 2016, she had the opportunity to intern at the D.C. State Board of Education, where she was able to learn more about education policymaking at both the local and federal level. Her passion for social justice work and international affairs led to an interest in international education research. During summer 2017, Anastasia conducted research in Ukraine through the Berkley Center's Education and Social Justice Research Project.