Thalia Beaty is pursuing a Master’s degree in journalism and Near East Studies at New York University. Previously, she worked as a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations where she followed political and economic developments in North Africa and the Gulf with a particular focus on women. Thalia has worked at education and environmental organizations in Cairo, Egypt.
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