University of Pennsylvania
Major: Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Minor: Hispanic Studies
Language: Spanish (proficient)
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
Kendall Bearly-Malinowski is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a concentration in Globalization and minoring in Hispanic Studies. She has interests in international economic, political, and societal development, Hispanic studies, and foreign policy. Her Globalization concentration has focused on colonization in Latin America history and current global relations with Latin and Central America.
Kendall is currently a research intern for the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program led by Dr. James McGann at the University of Pennsylvania and the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Kendall spent the summer of 2013 working in Oaxaca, Mexico for a locally-based non-governmental organization and works on-campus as a board member and finance director for the Penn Society for International Development, managing the club finances and helping organize on-campus events to raise awareness of the current state of international development efforts and outcomes. Kendall lived and worked in Mexico after volunteering and traveled extensively through Central and Latin America, Western and Central Europe, and Northern Africa.
Available for Internships May 2018
Available for Full-Time Employment May 2019
To speak with Kendall, please contact Dr. McGann.