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Grace.Barlow

United StatesPhiladelphia, United States

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October 1, 2013

Grace.Barlow

About Me: 

I am a fourth year student at Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. I am studying French here at Bryn Mawr College with concentrations in linguistics and gender studies. I am working as a volunteer translator for the Mama Shujaa center in South Kivu and I am very inspired by the writers on this incredible network.
At school I work as a teaching assistant for the French Department, organize the concert series, and participate in the student government association. I am originally from Boston, Massachusetts and come from a very large, loving family.I spent the past year studying French in Paris and Avignon, France and love to travel.
I look forward to making meaningful connections and contributions to this powerful network.

My Passions: 
learning new languages, traveling, cooking (and eating!), reading, and spending time with friends and family.
My Challenges: 
finding balance
My Vision for the Future: 
Equal rights
My Languages: 
English, French

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