Analogue leadership in a digital world

Farahana Cajuste
Rowland Scholar
2021 - 2022

Farahana has worked as a UN Millennium Fellow and a Global Issues and Community Action Intern at the United Nations Association of Orlando. In addition she served as a Project Intern for the Consulate of Haiti and as the President of the Latin American Student Association during her undergraduate studies. Farahana was recently awarded the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University, a seven-week fellowship with leaders in policy research and cultural economics designed to prepare students for roles serving the public good.

After graduating Farahana assisted Haitian migrants and asylum seekers within Central Florida and she is passionate about introducing Latin American and Caribbean culture to her environment, through hosting conversations and cultural celebrations.

Farahana is currently pursuing an MSc in Development Studies at the London School of Economics. In the future, Farahana hopes to continue helping others by fighting for economic equity as it relates to marginalised communities.