Benjamin graduated with honors from Trinity University in 2020 with a B.A. in Anthropology. His undergraduate thesis investigated lead abatement policies in San Antonio and how they construct an ideal notion of the qualified applicant for state-funded assistance with environmental health. Prior experience includes producing research at the University of Texas at Austin’s Population Research Center in 2019, where he studied health insurance coverage rates between Latinx and White populations in Texas.
Benjamin’s other interests include healthcare policy, mental health, political anthropology, journalism, British soccer leagues, video editing, and film. He plans to apply to graduate school in the near future.