Regina Bernadin is a doctoral student at Nova Southeastern University focusing on Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She holds a B.A. in International Studies and Criminology from the University of Miami and an M.A in International Administration and Certificate in Non-profit Management from that same institution. She has experience working with victims of human trafficking, and has facilitated workshops and presentations for Department of State visitors highlighting the work of the U.S government in combating human trafficking, and the implementation of anti-trafficking legislation in other countries. Her interest in the development of human rights abroad has also taken her to several Latin American countries, including Colombia, Ecuador and Suriname. As a SISGI intern, her primary areas of interest were conflict resolution, human rights and Latin American political, economic and socio-cultural issues.
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