Siena Harlin ’18
Albright Fellow 2017

Siena Harlin
Siena is a junior majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Economics.

Her main academic interest lies in studying the complex relationships between aid organizations and the people they serve. Over the last two summers, Siena completed a Global Engagement internship at Field Museum of Natural History and has worked as a research assistant in health economics and public policy at MIT. On campus, she works as a student manager at the Clapp Library, serves at the president of the International Relations Council, and in her free time plays on both the rugby and quidditch teams. She is fluent in Spanish and conversant in Portuguese. She hopes to intern at a social accountability or human rights-focused organization in Latin America and to continue to pursue her interest in development agencies after graduation.