Andrew Robles is a third year undergraduate student at the University of Washington working toward a degree in International Studies and Economics. His areas of focus are international political economy and quantitative measure. With this education, he hopes to apply his acquired skills and knowledge within the international financial sector. His interests include microfinance institutions, studying international cooperation efforts, and working to understand the complex nature of international trade and its worldwide influences.
During his summers, Andrew volunteers as a camp counselor for the Goodtimes Project, a camp for children and their siblings who have been affected by cancer. He was introduced to this organization through his fraternity, Zeta Psi, which also led him to volunteer for another program, Food for Thought. This program offers after school tutoring in exchange for canned food which is then redistributed throughout the local community. In his free time, Andrew likes to exercise, read, and watch soccer.