Age: 23
Home Town: Trussville, Alabama
Education: B.A. in Politics (Princeton University)
Specific Field Interests: Research, Community Development, Public Policy
Placement: Video Volunteers, Anjuna, Goa
Area of Focus: Education

Highlights: Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Connor is a graduate of Princeton University with a degree in Politics and a minor in South Asian Studies. After completing a summer language program in Urdu at the American Institute of Indian Studies in Lucknow, he returned to India in 2017 as an intern at the Center for Experimental Social Sciences in Pune. By serving as a Clinton Fellow with Video Volunteers in Goa, Connor is eager for the opportunity to work full-time in the social development field in India. After completing the Fellowship, Connor hopes to attend graduate school in order to continue pursuing a career in research and international development.

Posts by Connor.Justin.Staggs

Goa Airport in Konkani, Hindi, and English

Adventures in Code Switching: Navigating a Multilingual Office & Home

My Fellowship host organization, Video Volunteers (VV), has community correspondents spread across India, from Gujarat […]

Power line

Rural Electrification in India: Problems, Progress, and the Power of Citizen’s Media

In September 2017, the Indian government launched the Saubhagya initiative, with the ambitious goal of […]

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