Zachary Kiritsy, Co-Founder & Writer
Zachary Kiritsy is a recent graduate from Georgetown University (2010) where he studied Economics and Modern Greek. In addition to his primary areas of study, other interests span a wide-range of topics including architecture, ethics, sports, and the arts (literature, film, music, and art), and InterCultured was conceived as a means to share experiences and opinions pertaining to these themes with the hope that others will be moved to comment and/or contribute, themselves.
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Paul Kiritsy, Co-Founder & Editor
Paul Kiritsy graduated from the University of Miami (2007) with degrees in Communication (BS) and Philosophy (BA). His professional experience in international marketing, communication, and education helped create the ethos at the core of InterCultured: that our advances in technology and communication will give us greater appreciation of our separate cultures.
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Berkley Braden recently graduated from Georgetown University (2011), double-majoring in English and Spanish with an emphasis on literature, culture, and linguistics. She spent a semester studying abroad in Madrid, Spain and is currently living and working in Bogotá, Colombia as a 2011-2012 Fulbright Fellow. Aside from teaching English at La Universidad de La Salle, she has been busy immersing herself in new experiences, traveling, and preparing to join Teach for America next year in New York City.