Nathan Truong is a legal intern at the Schumacher Center for a New Economics working on legal and regulatory frameworks for the modernization of local currency. Nathan is a third-year law student at Harvard Law School. In law school, he has focused on exploring how institutional policies impact communities and how new policies can improve societal outcomes. He is interested in education systems and how financial institutions and structures shape how governments fund public interests. Previously, Nathan has worked as a high school science teacher, college guidance counselor, science education researcher, and on a political campaign. He grew up in Houston, Texas and graduated from Rice University with a degree in Biochemistry.
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