This profile was current as of May 2023, when she was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.
Jacqueline Glago is a senior from San Juan, Puerto Rico, completing a triple major in political science, Italian, and global affairs with a concentration in civil and human rights. Glago is currently working as a research assistant for Professor Marisel Moreno, through which she focuses primarily on transcribing and translating interviews conducted by Professor Moreno. Glago assists with conducting additional research for Professor Moreno’s future publications.
Before working with Professor Moreno, Glago worked alongside Professor Ilaria Schnyder von Wartensee in conducting research on programs that highlight the role of the refugee/migrant in crisis situations, and the experiences and obstacles they face in adapting to a new country. Based on her experience in ISP with Professor Schnyder von Wartensee, Glago developed her own project highlighting the role of female migrants. She spent the past semester conducting research in Rome, Italy, and developed a collection of narratives based on conversations with female migrants and those who work with them.