Boutros speaks to Baylor students in Washington, D.C.

By: MOLLY WICKER

Victor Boutros, Institute Co-Founder, recently spoke to a group of Baylor students who are studying in Washington, D.C. The students, who are participating in a semester-long program, heard from Boutros about the ways in which his work in the anti-trafficking space helps to engage in the common good.

The New Baylor in Washington Semester Program allows Baylor students to combine rigorous academic coursework with internship and research experience, site visits, and frequent opportunities to hear from and interact with distinguished leaders and experts through a holistic semester experience.

Boutros, who was recognized as the 2015 Baylor University Young Alumnus of the Year, holds advanced degrees from Harvard, Oxford and University of Chicago School of Law. He co-authored The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence, with Gary Haugen, for which they received the Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.

To learn more about the Baylor’s Semester in D.C. program, click here.

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Molly Wicker

Molly Wicker

Molly is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Grove City College, where she studied English and Economics. During college, she interned for The Pittsburgh Promise and PNC Financial Services, where she honed her communications and development skills. Molly is an avid writer and her work has been published in a number of places, including The New York Times. She is currently working with Institute in D.C. as a Falls Church Anglican Fellow.