Victoria Caballero Quinn is a sophomore concentrating in Politics with a certificate in Latin American Studies and a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is interested in contemporary political theory, dictatorships and post-dictatorship in Latin America, and the diplomatic relations between Latin American countries and Europe. She worked for the Gino Germani Institute as a research assistant, compiling and interpreting texts on political theory and political philosophy. In learning about research in political science, she utilized a methodological approach of a historical-hermeneutic nature to the traditions of German Staatslehre, French state theory and Latin American political thought. Victoria is the alumni co-chair for the Princeton Latin American Student Association, the co-founder and executive manager of the for-profit organization International Babysitting Club and a member of Más Flow.