It’s been two months since my fellowship in Brazil wrapped up. The year flew by and was one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of my career. Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on my first year in Brazil, I thought about what I would do if I could do it all again.
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Every journey is as much about the finish line as it is about the first steps you take, and as my fellowship comes to a close, I am happy to say that in the sum of 365 amazing days New York has indeed rocked my world.
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