Andres Guzman `10, Alumni | Earlham College
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Andres Guzman `10

AndresguzmanAndres Guzman `10 was born in Mexico City, Mexico. After two happy years in New Mexico at UWC-USA, he arrived to Earlham in 2006 to major in Politics and International Studies. He was involved heavily in Student Government having served on the Committee on Campus Life before being elected to be the Student Body Co-President and finally the nominations committee. He was also the convener of Earlham's men's rugby team and worked for ITAM as the sound board manager at Godard Auditorium.

After graduating Earlham in 2010, Andres worked at the Consulate of Mexico in Fresno, Calif., for three years on issues of immigration policy and immigrants rights before moving to New York in 2013 to pursue a master's degree in international affairs at Columbia University's School of International Affairs. He works as council manager at The Conference Board in New York.

Some of his favorite memories of Earlham include meeting his partner, studying abroad in France, working at ITAM and Computer Services, Miller 3rd floor senior year and all the amazing friends (students, faculty and staff) that he made in his time there. He currently serves on the Athletics Committee.

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