Josefina Senese

Graduate Student, Boston University

Josefina Senese is a first-year doctoral student in Educational Studies at Boston University. Her research focuses on educational policy, especially market-oriented reforms, and their impact on school quality and segregation. Before joining BU, she studied the effects of school choice on indigenous and rural communities in Latin America and Africa.

Josefina holds a MA in Global Affairs from the University of Notre Dame and a BA in International Studies from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Argentina). She was a pre-doctoral fellow at the Association for Education Finance and Policy and the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, the Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship, the PEO International Peace Scholarship, and the University of Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute Fellowship.

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