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Carolyn Vilter


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Carolyn Vilter graduated from Georgetown College in 2017 with a major in political economy. She is passionate about education, accessibility, and immigration policy, interests which arose in high school when she began volunteering as an English as a second language tutor in the suburbs of Philadelphia. At Georgetown, she was a member of H*yas for Choice and a Carroll Fellow; she has also served as a research assistant at the Center for Social Justice and a coordinator for the Kalmanovitz Initiative’s Immigration and Labor Project. She spent spring 2016 with the U.S. State Department in Tijuana, Mexico as an intern in the Political/Economic Section of the United States Consulate. During summer 2016 Vilter conducted research on migration in Mexico through the Berkley Center's Education and Social Justice Research Project.