Robert Alvarez

Guatemala City, Guatemala


Robert Alvarez is a Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellow at the Ministry of Education in Guatemala in the Section of Educational Design and Quality Control. He has a MPA and MA in Latin American Studies from the University of Arizona where he is a Paul D. Coverdell Peace Corps Sr. Fellow. His research examined the economic and social impact of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Fortaleza, Brazil. Previously, Robert served three years in the United States Peace Corps as a Youth and Community Development Specialist in El Salvador. During his service, Robert developed projects focused on disaster relief coordination, HIV/AIDS education, leadership and recreational programs for at-risk youth. Robert then spent three years working at a San Diego community mental health clinic with immigrant and refugee families as well as with low-income students through a local program to increase educational attainment. Robert earned his BA in psychology from Northern Arizona University. He was born and raised in Southern California.

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