Chelle Jones (2006-2009 ETA) has her B.A. in History (’06) from the University of Chicago and her M.A. in Korean Studies (’14) from Seoul National University, South Korea. Her MA thesis contrasted feminist movement discourse with South Korean Supreme Court judgments by analyzing the sex trafficking prevention case law and local social movements for sex workers’ rights. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Sociology at The University of Michigan, focused on social movements, power, gender and sexuality. During her eight years in Korea, she took an active role with nonprofit organizations, including being the founder of the Korean chapter of anti-street harassment organization, Hollaback! Her session will focus on how she connected her Fulbright experience with her current studies in sociology, while shedding light on how to bridge the gaps between your background, your experience as an ETA, and future goals.