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Ms. Carolyn Lamere

Carolyn LamereAfter graduating from Rhodes College in 2012, Carolyn Lamere began an internship for the Environmental Change and Security Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, writing blog posts on topics ranging from disputes over the Nile River to population growth and sustainability.

Subsequently, she worked as a program assistant and later a program associate for the International Programs department at the Population Reference Bureau, spending over two years working in the fields of population, reproductive health, and gender.

Carolyn enrolled in a Master’s of Public Health program in the department of Maternal and Child Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she has continued to focus her studies on family planning and gender, and graduated in May 2017.