Anne-Celine Jeffroy-Meynard is studying Public Affairs with a major in International Studies and a minor in Nonprofit and Public Administration at Seattle University. She grew up bi-culturally, half in the United States, half in St. Malo, France. She is a proud first generation American and a first-generation college student. Anne-Celine has previously studied abroad in India, South Africa, and Brazil engaged in community health programs where she did primary research and field work on environmental health. She has also virtually interned with USAID through Virtual Student Foreign Service,as well as with Malaria No More in Seattle. Anne-Celine has worked as a research assistant with the Institute of Public Service and led an Immersion Trip to France with Seattle Preparatory High School. As an IDIP intern, she will be interning with Friendship Bridge, Guatemala. She will help with interviewing Friendship Bridge’s clients in rural areas of Guatemala and write their stories for current and potential funders. She will also provide an outside perspective of the program that helps improve the program. She hopes to engage in the field of global health after graduation either domestically or abroad.