Associate Officer, International Programs
Rachael Drew is an Associate Officer for Solve’s International Programs team. She helps facilitate Solve's special international and domestic programs and events. She specifically leads the MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellowship, part of the MIT Indigenous Communities Project, as well as Solve's year-round internship program.
Raised in Boise, Idaho, she spent summers growing up in the Sawtooth Mountains of central Idaho before moving to Southern California for school.
Before joining Solve, Rachael completed her MA degree in Global and International Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara as an Orfalea Fellow. Her academic work focused on postcolonial education, specifically culturally relevant curriculum content and development. Rachael holds BA degrees in Political Science and Global Studies from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California, with a semester abroad at Oxford University.
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