Emily Weaver
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Emily is an Ohio-based research and writing intern. She earned her BS in International Business and Latin American Studies from John Carroll University and her MS in Cultural Anthropology and Development at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Her previous research focused on rural communities and their interaction with the green movement and traditional development practices. In her free time, Emily enjoys being outdoors, writing letters to friends, and daydreaming.

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