I am 25, from Chicago and graduated from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. My expertise is in international human rights law-- specifically surrounding genocide studies and gender equality. Currently I work as a Research Assistant at Northwestern University School of Law where I assist with international human rights cases that focus on genocide litigation. I also work as a Medical Advocate for Rape Victim Advocates where I advocate for survivors of sexual assault.
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