September 30, 2023

Betty Lincoln

Betty Lincoln (she/her) holds the position of JPI Academic Journal Editor-in-Chief. Additionally, she is pursuing her second-year MA degree in NYU's International Relations department. Betty earned her BA in International Relations with a minor in Asian Studies from the University of San Diego, where she showcased her musical talent as a member of the university orchestra for four years. During her time in San Diego, Betty actively engaged in immigration and border advocacy matters, conducting policy and corruption research with Justice in Mexico, and supporting asylum advocacy with immigration law firms. After completing her undergraduate studies, she embarked on a two-year teaching journey in South Korea, imparting knowledge to kindergarteners through the Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA). Betty's academic interests revolve around security, economics, and human rights, with a particular focus on East Asia. Beyond her scholarly pursuits, she enjoys exploring her creativity as a cross-country runner, painter, and practicing photographer.