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Mary Breen is an undergraduate student in the Walsh School of Foreign Service, class of 2019, pursuing a major in science, technology, and international affairs with a concentration in security studies. Beginning in high school, Mary discovered her passion for tutoring adult immigrants in English as a second language in her hometown of Ambler, Pennsylvania. At Georgetown, Mary has been able to delve deeper into this rewarding work as a tutor for the D.C. Schools Project through the Center for Social Justice. In 2016, Mary participated in the Kino Border Immersion, an alternative break trip to the Arizona-Mexico border that explores the complexity and importance of immigration. A member of the inaugural class of the SFS Undergraduate Scholars Program, Mary conducted research and interviews for the Center for Latin American Studies. With a passion for understanding migration, in 2017 Mary conducted research along the Dominican Republic-Haiti border through the Berkley Center's Education and Social Justice Summer Research Project.