A second-year Master in Public Affairs student, Francisco is interested in the politics and policy of labor unions, social justice, inclusion and diversity, institutional change, and welfare states. Before coming to Princeton, he worked for TED talks in New York, for a couple of electoral campaigns across the country, and as a research fellow in Cape Town, South Africa. He studied Ethics, Politics, and Economics at Yale University, and graduated in 2014. A proud Chicano, Francisco obsesses about fútbol and is always on the hunt for good tacos. In his spare time, he enjoys reading Latin American literature, hiking, watching good (and sometimes not-so-good) film, and traveling.
Woodrow Wilson School