Gracia Angulo Duncan is second year MA student in Global Affairs at the Yale Jackson Institute. She graduated from Harvard University in 2010 with a BA in human evolutionary biology. At Yale, she is focusing on multilateral organizations and the effectiveness of their various development programs and state-building strategies, with a specific regional interest in Latin America. She is broadly interested in how international organizations can better leverage their resources to combat corruption, impunity, and promote accountability in fragile states. This summer, she worked at the United Nations' Office of Internal Oversight Services for the Inspection and Evaluation Division. 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, speaks fluent English and Spanish, and is proficient in French.