Savitri Avrey

Savitri Arvey

CAMPI Fellow |

Savitri Arvey is a Fellow in the Central America and Mexico Policy Initiative at the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law. Savitri currently leads the CAMPI project on metering that documents asylum processing, wait lists, and conditions for asylum seekers across the U.S-Mexico border.

For the past nine years, Savitri Arvey has worked and conducted research on issues related to the U.S.-Mexico relations and migration policy. Previously, Savitri served as the Border and Migration Policy Fellow at the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego, and she received a Tinker Foundation research grant to conduct fieldwork on Mexican return migration and re(integration) policies. She also lived in Mexico City for five years where she managed bilateral educational exchange programs at the Fulbright Commission in Mexico (COMEXUS). 

Savitri holds a BA in International Relations from Connecticut College and a Master of Public Policy from UC San Diego. 

Twitter: @SavitriArvey

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