I believe all people deserve to be heard, to receive justice and mercy. I went in to research to learn people's stories and tell them truthfully because without truth there is no change. One of the reasons I joined Verywell is to continue making sure everyone has access to truth to live a better life.
Sean graduated with a degree in sociology and with his wife moved to Southeast Asia to work in field research. Sean spent more than two years conducting research and working with vulnerable, trafficked, and exploited people. He works as a freelance fact checker and researcher.
Sean earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Queens College in New York.
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