Mariana Kim "was born and raised in La Paz, Bolivia, where her parents have been living for over thirty years. She graduated in the Class of 2007 with a degree in Sociology and a Certificate in Latin American Studies. Immediately after graduation, Mariana participated in a yearlong Princeton Project 55 Fellowship at the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights in Chicago, administering a state-funded program that helps immigrant communities access safety net resources. Currently, Mariana is back at home and working at ProMujer, an international microfinance network that provides business development training and health education to Latin America's indigenous women. After her fellowship, Mariana plans on attending law school in the US." 
- 2008-09 Fellow, Princeton in Latin America
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- 2008-09 Fellows, Princeton in Latin America, accessed September 23, 2008.