PiA Fellow Facebook

2017-2018

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Keren Kabambi

Vientiane, Laos

Princeton University '19

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Emily Kamen

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Princeton University '17
Major in Art History
Hometown: South Orange, NJ

Emily spends most of her time at Princeton looking at art, gardening, teaching yoga, hiking, biking, and petting other people's dogs. Sometimes she also studies. It's finally Thai-m for her to leave the Garden State (NJ) and move to Chiang Mai, where she'll teach English and hopefully find some new animals to hang out with.

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Miriam Kelberg

Phang Nga, Thailand

University of Wisconsin-Madison '17
Major in Political Science and Gender & Women's Studies
Hometown: St. Paul, MN

Miriam is a tea queen and lover of pop and hip hop music. She's worked with a sexual health organization for 3 years, so in some spaces at University of Wisconsin she's known warmly as "that condom girl." She's now frantically learning Thai and is excited for her next move to Phang Nga.

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Stephen Kelly

Dili, Timor-Leste

Bowdoin College ’17
Major in Religion
Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Stephen loves learning about other cultures and overcoming his own preconceptions. He’s very grateful for the opportunity to work with Fundasaun Mahein and is currently trying to learn everything he can about Timor-Leste.

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Alexandra Kersley

Jishou, China

Princeton University ‘19
Major in Woody Woo and Public and International Affairs
Hometown: Toronto, Canada

This Aly-cat is ready to prowl the streets of Jishou in search of the best baozi.

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Judy Kim

Dalian, China

University of Pittsburgh '14
Major in Spanish and Minor in Chinese
Hometown: Media, PA

Just a small town girl keeping up with a busy, busy world. When she's not traveling across the state or country for work, Judy can be found editing photos, spiking volleyballs, skimming through Groupon for a sweet deal, leading a local campus ministry, looking for new snacks at Trader Joe's, or struggling to write calligraphy. Lately, she can't decide if she's more of a coffee person or a tea person.

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Justin Kong

Yangon, Myanmar

University of California, Berkeley '15
Major in Public Health and Minor in Public Policy
Hometown: Diamond Bar, CA

Justin cannot wait to go back to Southeast Asia and see the sunrise over the temples of Bagan, Myanmar once again! As a natural explorer and community-centered individual, he believes that the first step to world peace begins with sharing good food. You can catch him wandering night markets looking for quick snacks or having deep conversations about social justice while kayaking on Inle Lake. Justin is excited to make new friends and embark on this next adventure!

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Emily Kraeck

Nan, Thailand

Princeton University '17
Major in History and Gender and Sexuality Studies
Hometown: Yardley, PA

Emily loves her cat, most cats, and other good company. She also enjoys live music and well-curated playlists; pickles, olives, and her job at an ice cream shop; Phillies baseball and New Yorker cartoons; and movies that induce both tears and laughter, e.g. Up. Adventure is out there!!!

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Maxwell Kraus

Shenyang, China

Bates College ‘15
Major in Politics and Chinese
Hometown: Port Washington, NY

Is that Chuck Bass?! ... No, it’s KRAUS IN THE HAUS.

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Jamie Lam

Beijing, China

University of California, Davis '17
Major in Sustainable Environmental Design
Hometown: Fremont, CA

Jamie recycles her one fun fact about the conception of her name (a portmanteau of her parents') during icebreakers and is tragically talented at being Californian (talking about urban agriculture, gentrification, and compost excessively.) She is never wrong about an avocado's ripeness and will be happy to share her knowledge for couch surfing privileges.

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