Manvi Rajan Seth is a Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Support Services and a Master of Public Policy (MPP) candidate at the Harris School of Public Policy. Her bachelor’s degree is in Mathematics and International Studies from the University of Miami and she is passionate about using quantitative reasoning as a key tool to analyzing social dilemmas. Manvi enjoys going to Zumba classes, listening to Ted Talks, reading about Political Economy and discovering celebrity dogs on Instagram.
Fernando Revelo La Rotta is a graduate assistant for Student Support Services and a third-year PhD Student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. He has a earned a master’s degree in Gender and Women’s Studies in the Middle East and North Africa from the American University in Cairo and a bachelor’s degree in Asian and Middle Easter Studies and Anthropology from Duke University. Prior to his time at UChicago, he developed at a college preparation initiative for migrants and refugees in Cairo, Egypt to help them reach their goals of higher education.