Katrina Bushko is a senior at Princeton University majoring in Political Philosophy with minors in Arabic and Near Eastern Studies. Her love for Morocco came about in the summer 2012, when she attended the ARANAS program at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. Enchanted by the beautiful country and its amazing people, Katrina returned to study at AUI for the 2013 spring semester. After graduation, she hopes to go back to Morocco and teach English.
In addition to her studies, Katrina is the president of the human rights organization Princeton Against Sex Trafficking and writes for the Princeton Progressive Nation and American University’s International Relations blog. She is fluent in English and Portuguese, proficient in Arabic and Russian, and knows a little French, Spanish, and Tamazight.