We are very happy to welcome Rodrigo Rose to our GIN conference! We are very thankful to have such a dedicated person and yet such a young face come and speak!
Rodrigo Rose was born and raised in Curitiba, Brazil, where he attended the International School of Curitiba and graduated in 2018. He participated in his first Global Issues Network conference in Buenos Aires in 2014, where he met the GIN executive team and began his work as a GINtern. Throughout the next four years, he worked on administrative and outreach tasks for GIN, which included creating a program that specialized around guiding students to organize GIN conferences. He also helped facilitate the GIN-supported 2016 UNESCO Center for Peace Summer Program. His work with GIN culminated in 2018 when the International School of Curitiba held its first-ever GIN conference, which served as a pilot for several of GIN’s new sustainability and innovation-based strategies for conference logistics. He is now a sophomore studying aerospace engineering and computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the USA, with a focus on developing and applying modern techniques to improve aviation safety worldwide. In his free time, Rodrigo enjoys traveling, plane spotting, photography and occasionally burying himself in books.
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