Xavier is a recent 2020 graduate from Columbia University in the City of New York. He holds dual undergraduate degrees in Political Science and International Affairs. While at Columbia, Xavier served on the board of the Political Science Student Association and served as a Columbia University ambassador.
In 2014 and 2018, he was a presenter at the National Regional Honors Conference where he presented his research paper Boundaries and Immigration: The Bracero Program. Xavier’s senior thesis, Governing in a Global Economy: State Power, was published in the Columbia Review. In 2015 Xavier was selected as a Jack Kent Cooke Scholar. The Cooke Scholarship is a highly selective scholarship that funds the nation’s top students so they may complete their bachelor’s degrees at top four-year colleges or universities.
Xavier will attend law school in the near future to pursue his interest in International Law and Litigation.
Honors and Awards
Phi Theta Kappa
Jack Kent Cooke Scholar