Freya Proudman is originally from Wales, United Kingdom but was raised in Massachusetts, United States of America. She currently resides in London and is studying for a Master’s degree in Russian and Eurasian politics from University College London School of Slavonic and East European Studies (UCL SSEES). She previously obtained a Bachelor’s degree in history, politics, and economics from UCL SSEES. Freya has a passion for political science research involving Post-Soviet politics, foreign policy, and social issues including the treatment of LGBTQIA+ people and women. She also loves learning about languages and cultures. She speaks English, Welsh, and Spanish and is learning Mandarin Chinese and Russian. Freya is honoured to join the YEAs initiative and is very excited to work with other YEAs.
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