Francine Barchett is double-majoring in International Agriculture and Rural Development + Development Sociology. She is passionate about the intersections of food security, agriculture, and policy. Outside of class she stays busy running, doing yoga, keeping up with current events, and traveling wherever she can.
Brie is a sophomore majoring in Policy Analysis and Management and minoring in Business. On campus, she is a member of the Society for Women in Politics as well as the Human Ecology Ambassador program. Brie is interested in law and economics, and she enjoys running and the outdoors in her spare time.
Evelyn is a senior studying Government and History, with a minor in Education. On campus she is also involved in Chinese Bible Study, AIESEC Cornell, and International Justice Mission. Evelyn is one of the recipients of the Roper Center’s 2018 Kohut Fellowship Program.