Rachel Bonds studies issues surrounding non-profit management, international development and public policy in sub-Saharan Africa, with a particular concentration on Tanzania and Somalia. Rachel received her BA in International Relations and her BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Georgia in 2012. During that time, she traveled to and worked in schools, NGOs and orphanages in Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya and Burkina Faso, where she taught a course in International Trade Policy to secondary school students. Previously, she worked as a grant writer for the American Red Cross and as a research associate for the British Standards Institute. Future plans include a summer internship with USAID's Africa Bureau and a career in international development policy, as well as watching as much college football as humanly possible. Go Dawgs!