Christina Goldbaum is a student currently completing her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Entrepreneurial Leadership studies at Tufts University. She has worked in East Africa and Latin America on various development and human rights focused projects ranging from holistic education programs in Tanzania to the protection of indigenous populations' rights in Bolivia. She has served as the co-director of BUILD, a student-led, collaborative rural development organization working with resettled combatants in Guatemala and with a community in Tamil, Nadu India, and is currently the Undergraduate Coordinator for the Empower Program for Social Entrepreneurship. She has also conducted research internationally on public health programs in Rwanda and local perspectives on US military involvement in Uganda, and was a member of the EPIIC colloquium on conflict in the 21st century. As a member of the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice, she has worked with the Chabad community in Boston to produce a multimedia project exploring the role of family and child-rearing in the age of the "disappearing Jew." Her interests include non-fiction multimedia story-telling, social entrepreneurship, and the intersection of entrepreneurial and political culture.