Christi Faith Freeman

Christi Faith Freeman graduated from Wake Forest University with a BA in political science and minors in Spanish and Latin American Studies (2006). At Wake Forest, she researched Guatemala's transition to democracy, the quality of democracy and neoliberal reform in Argentina, and the roles of several Truth and Reconciliation Commission mandates and reports. Faith was active in advocacy for employee healthcare reform at her university. She studied Chilean literature and Spanish in Valparaiso, Chile. Most recently, she taught mathematics for a year at a bilingual school in Juticalpa, Honduras.