Mary Dulatre, 2012, United States

On the flexibility of the curriculum: The flexibility of the Fletcher curriculum allows me to see how my diverse and wide-ranging experiences connect. I see the different divisions of law, politics and business reflected in what I have done in the past. By taking advantage of what the broad-based curriculum has to offer, I am providing myself a solid foundation to shape my career any way I choose.

 

On the international life I see for myself after Fletcher: I see myself in a career where I am able to work as a public servant in various capacities and communities throughout the world. From Southeast Asia practicing public diplomacy to Central America implementing educational programs for youth, my interests are broad and far-reaching. My time at Fletcher will not only help me to sharpen this vision, it will also help me to realize it.

 

Favorite magazine:

The Economist

Favorite book:

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Favorite author:

Malcolm Gladwell

Favorite movie:

Amelie

Global issue that brought you to Fletcher:

The effectiveness of international development

Fields of Study

  • International Business Relations
  • International Organizations

Activities involved in at Fletcher

  • Fletcher Running Club
  • Fletcher Diplomacy Club

Education before Fletcher

  • Fulbright Scholar, Oral histories of World War II veterans, University of the Philippines
  • Bachelor of Arts, Music History, University of California, Los Angeles

Experience before Fletcher

  • American Red Cross, Community Preparedness Associate - San Diego, California
  • United States Peace Corps, Youth Development Volunteer - Honduras
  • AmeriCorps, Youth Service Worker - San Diego, California

Languages

  • Spanish
  • Tagalog
  • Ilocano
  • English

Summer Internship

  • U.S. Department of State - Buenos Aires, Argentina