Andres Triana is a driven and accomplished individual currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science & Public Policy and Anthropology at Harvard University. With a strong academic background, he previously completed an Associate of Arts in Economics at Miami Dade College and graduated as a Salutatorian from Mater Academy Lakes High School.
Andres is an avid researcher, having served as a Research Partner for the Harvard Radcliffe Institute, as well as founder and editor of College Corner. He has also worked in various roles including Legislative Intern at the United States Senate, Ecosystem Modeling & Monitoring Intern at Universidad Mayor, and CHCI-Facebook Congressional Intern for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. At school, Andres has taken on leadership positions such as Co-President of Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice and Peer Concentration Advisor for Anthropology.
Beyond his academic and professional pursuits, Andres is passionate about community action, environmentalism, and sustainability. He has volunteered as a Community Action Committee Member at the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School and Resource Efficiency Representative at Harvard Office for Sustainability. Andres has also researched environmental policy for the Institute of Politics and served as a Sustainability Think Tank Researcher for the Harvard College Data Analytics Group.