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Join us for the 2017 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics Saturday, April 8 at the FedEx Global Education building!

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Brandy Arellano

Center for Global Initiatives
Program Manager
Brandy manages the Passport to GO! program which supports new Carolina students to procure their first U.S. passport and find appropriate avenues for their first global opportunity. She also directs GO! Global Orientation, a pan-university training initiative to prepare students culturally and ethically for global opportunities, and Global Take Off: Puerto Rico, which provides first-time travelers full funding for a four-day, faculty-led trip to Puerto Rico.

Brandy is originally from Miami, Florida and grew up in a large Cuban household. She received her undergraduate degree from UNC with majors in Psychology and Exercise & Sport Science. As a student, she began her traveling experiences in two study abroad programs: first to Samoa, Fiji, Hawai’i and American Samoa for a semester studying Pacific Island studies, then spent a summer in Uruguay. After graduating, she continued her adventures while teaching in South Korea, WWOOFing (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) through New Zealand, and working on Youth Programs for the kids on board cruise ships through Alaska and the Dutch Caribbean. Recently, she worked in the U.S. at a non-profit organization and at UNC’s Office of Scholarships and Student Aid as a Financial Aid Counselor. She is currently working on her Master’s of Arts degree in Counselor Education at North Carolina State University.