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Cooper, Weston W.

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Weston Wang Cooper is currently enrolled in the Masters in Teaching program at the University of Washington, where he is training to become a History and Social Studies teacher in diverse classrooms.  Born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, his multicultural background lead to a lifelong passion in researching and discussing ethnicities, identities, and minority history.

These interests lead Weston to pursue degrees in International Studies (China Studies) and Anthropology (Cultural Anthropology) at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he graduated Cum Laude in 2012. He then worked in Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley until 2015 when he decided to re-enter the academic field and pursue a teaching certificate. Weston Wang Cooper is a native speaker of English, Mandarin, and Taiwanese.

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