Gracia Angulo Duncan graduated from Harvard College in 2010 with a B.A. in human evolutionary biology. Prior to attending Yale, she lived in Mexico City for three years working for the Harvard David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies as Program Coordinator and later as Program Director for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Gracia also previously worked in Paris, France at Shearman & Sterling LLP as a Legal Assistant for the International Arbitration team for two and half years. She was born in Honduras and grew up in Jamaica before moving to the U.S. to study at Phillips Academy and Harvard. She speaks fluent English and Spanish and is proficient in French. At Yale, she plans to focus on the role of multilateral and international organizations in combating corruption in Central America, as well as explore the relationships between law, governance, and development.