Brian Lee is a senior in the Politics Department at Princeton University. He is from the Bay Area in California. He is concentrating in International Relations within the Politics Department, with some of his specific interests being human rights and conflict resolution. On campus, Brian was a member of the Club Swim team, a member of the Whig-Clio society, and a contributor to the American Foreign Policy magazine. He has been a research assistant with the Bobst Center since October 2014. For the past summers while at Princeton, Brian worked for an NGO (Centro de la Nina Trabajadora) whose mission is to help working families in Quito, Ecuador through Princeton’s IIP program; interned with English and Creativity in Paris, France, a Princeton PIF program whose mission is to give kids a hope in education through the teaching of English and other arts; and this past summer, interned with a San Joaquin County judge, Judge Roger Ross, at the Superior Court of California. He calls his summer experiences some of the best moments of his entire Princeton experience so far, since these experiences having contributed much to driving his mindset toward service on behalf of society. Brian has professional working proficiency in French and Spanish. After graduation, Brian hopes to go into law school before taking up some path in public service.