Theiija Balasubramanian is a senior hailing from Houston, Texas, studying Public Policy and Global Health with a minor in Art History. Theiija has spent her time at Duke in a number of capacities, including but not limited to working as an RA at the Wilson Center for Science and Justice, a TA for PUBPOL 155, and serving as Co-President of Duke’s Association for Business-Oriented Women. After graduating, Theiija will return to her home state of Texas to work at Bain and Company. She also hopes to attend law school in the near future and continues to seek out opportunities to advocate on behalf of vulnerable populations.
Honors Thesis: American Family Treatment Courts: How North Carolina FTCs can show us the path forward.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Marvin Swartz