Sean recently graduated with his Masters in Ethics and Religion from Yale University in 2018. Sean completed his undergraduate studies in 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Health and Societies with a concentration in Global Health and minor in Philosophy. During his junior year, Sean studied abroad in Vietnam, South Africa, and Brazil through the International Honors Program in Health and Community, a program coordinated by the School for International Training. Following his graduation, Sean sought additional international experience by teaching as a university lecturer in Yogyakarta, Indonesia through a Princeton in Asia fellowship from 2015 to 2016. The experience motivated Sean to study religion, specifically to research the history and role of Islam in Southeast Asia. Following his teaching position, Sean returned to Indonesia twice to work as an intern with the United Nations Information Centre (2016) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (2017). While working in Indonesia in 2017, Sean also was invited to meet the United States Ambassador Joseph R. Donovan Jr. During his time at Yale, Sean sought additional leadership experiences by being elected to the Yale Graduate and Professional Student Senate, where he advocated for mental health reform and diversity and inclusion related issues to the university administration. He also worked with teams to place as winners in two different business case competitions: the Greater Yale Case Competition (2nd place, 2018) and the Yale Graduate Consulting Club Case Competition (1st place, 2018). Currently through a Yale-China exchange program, Sean is working in Hong Kong with the Red Ribbon Centre, an HIV/AIDS education, resource and research center established by the Department of Health under the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Sean hopes to continue to gain professional experience in Asia and to one day work with the United States Foreign Service or the United Nations.