Class of 2019 First-Year Fellow: Chris Rowan

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Chris Rowan ’19 is studying Government and Economics. 

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Chris Rowan '19 with First-Year Fellows at a Capitol Hill visit for Civic Skills Training. 

Chris Rowan Kouekem ’19 is from New York City, NY and graduated from Democracy Prep Charter School as the highest achieving scholar for Math and Civics. While at Democracy Prep, Chris participated in student government for all four of her high school years. Chris is fluent in French and worked as a teacher intern helping to build a curriculum for high school and middle school teachers that improves the quality of linguistic and cultural education for bilingual students.

As a First-Year Fellow, Chris worked at the DC Prep Charter School under the mentorship of Deborah Hamner ’99. Her primary responsibility was assisting the summer school teachers in preparing for the parent-teacher conference that took place at the end of the summer. The task required a lot of communication with staff and parents. The role afforded Chris many opportunities to put into practice the tips on effective communication and professionalism she and the other Fellows learned during Civic Skills Training in the spring.  

At Dartmouth, Chris is interested in both government and economics and is a member of the Mock Trial Society. She has a deep interest in public policy and after Dartmouth plans to pursue a career in law. 

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