Tyler Jager is a junior from Manchester, Vermont studying Political Science and a member of the Multidisciplinary Academic Program in Human Rights at Yale Law School. He is broadly interested in migration, political violence, and the humanitarian aid and development sectors. On campus, Tyler is Co-Editor in Chief of the Yale Review of International Studies, Yale’s undergraduate academic journal of international affairs, and is the former coordinator of the YHHAP Fast, Yale’s largest student fundraiser. In the past, he has worked for the U.S. Holocaust Museum’s Center for the Prevention of Genocide, Innovations for Poverty Action, the International Rescue Committee, Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services, and as an aid worker in Lesbos, Greece. He has also researched EU social policy and U.S. refugee resettlement, and enjoys cooking and long-distance running. Tyler hopes to use research and advocacy to improve U.S. foreign and migration policies in service of a more just and equal world.