Lillianne Daniels

Masters Student - MS-GMC (French)

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  • School of Modern Languages
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Lillianne graduated from Georgia Tech in 2019 with a B.S. in International Affairs & Modern Language (French). She is currently the Graduate Assisstant for the Global Leadership Living Learning Community at Georgia Tech, where she supervises seven Student Action Teams to help first-year students plan events for their community.  She is interested in human rights and sustainable development, particularly how women's access to education affects development. During her undergraduate program, she was the CPC Director of Philanthropy. In March 2018, she participated in Georgia Tech's first Circle of Sisterhood Trek, where she travelled to live in the rural Senegalese community of Sass Mack while helping the community to build their first permanent educational facility. She also studied abroad on the Senegal LBAT. For her M.S. final project, Lillianne is looking to do research focused on female access to education in West Africa/Francophone Africa.  Lillianne hopes to one day work for an human rights-focused NGO based abroad.