About Dana Terry

Dana Terry is a 2014 M.A. graduate of the Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Her specializations include International Organizations, Conflict Negotiation/Management, and Post-Conflict Statebuilding. Currently, she is spending a year in Somoto, Nicaragua directing a Professional Development, Entrepreneurship, and Labor Rights Workshop Program with INPRHU (Instituto de Promocion Humana). Previously, she worked as a Project Assistant for the City of Tallahassee’s Department of Economic and Community Development where she lead an initiative to assist small agencies with the CHSP grant process including the formation of multimedia presentations. During her time as a graduate student, she interned with the International Crisis Group, UN Foundation, the Colbert Report, and served as a 2014 Social Good Summit UNA-USA Blogging FellowShe currently has nine publications ranging from the international development agenda to underemployment in the United States and is in the process of publishing a research paper on the relation between politicized ethnicity and income inequality.

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Underemployment for the Next Generation

Underemployment for the Next Generation

We are increasingly wasting the potential of a huge portion of our population. Higher Education has increased exponentially in its importance, but nations have not done enough to make it easily accessible by their populations. Currently, the costs of education can...
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