Andres (Andy) Antuna is a recent graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage majoring in Political Science with a concentration in American Politics. After several years spent in student government and a principal student organizer of the Model United Nations Conference of Alaska, he found a passion for addressing the root causes of discrimination worldwide through policy-focused advocacy. He spent a semester abroad studying public policy in Scotland, advocated on behalf of students to the Alaska State Legislature, and interned at the United Nations within the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. He fully intends to get a law degree with a focus on the intersection of law, politics and minority rights and is currently working on the Alaska Public Education Matters campaign, advocating to legislators about the impact on students and minorities related to funding cuts for education in the state of Alaska.
Updated May 2019
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