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100_0112.JPGJake Rollow is a masters candidate in the International Affairs program at Columbia University in New York City. He is also a founding board member of Prevention Through Education, a non-profit organization working to stem the spread of HIV/AIDS in China. Prior to graduate school, Jake worked as a reporter for the El Paso Times and was a co-creator of the traveling museum exhibit, “Seven-String Barbed Wire Fence: Many Faces of Latino Immigration to the United States."
Until 2005, Rollow was a staff writer for the Washington, D.C.-based Hispanic Link News Service and Journalism Foundation. As an undergraduate he studied English and Social Justice at the University of Michigan, where he received the Hopwood Award for fiction.