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Isaac Webb

Isaac Webb (‘17) completed his Master’s degree with the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. He was a summer human rights fellow with the Global Rights Compliance in Kiev, Ukraine. Before that, Isaac moved to Kyiv, Ukraine on a Fulbright Fellowship after graduating from Washington & Lee University in 2013. There, he studied the relationship between the Ukrainian government and the country’s disabled population. He also worked as a journalist, covering the EuroMaidan Revolution and ensuing conflict in eastern Ukraine for a variety of publications.

Ramah Awad

Ramah Awad (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in History and Anthropology with a focus on the Middle East. She was a summer human rights fellow at MarHub in Chios, Greece in Summer 2017. At Stanford, she interned with the United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) in Geneva, Switzerland, and was involved with Students for Justice in Palestine since her freshman year, studied abroad in Cape Town and Oxford, and co-led an ASB trip.

Muzzammil Imran Muhammad Shittu

Muzzammil Imran Muhammad Shittu (‘17) completed his undergraduate degree in Human Biology. He was a summer human rights fellow in 2017 at the Solace Brothers Foundation in Accra, Ghana. At Stanford, Muzzammil was involved in Stanford African Students Association, Stanford Journal for Public Health, Students for Justice in Palestine, Stanford Black Student Union, the Black Pre-Medical Association, and the Society for Black Scientists and Engineers.

Lilly Gill

Lillian Gill (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a concentration in Global Studies. She was a summer human rights fellow in 2015 in Cambodia as a Trial Monitor Intern. She hails from Guam, where she worked in the District Court of Guam and the Superior Court of Guam on projects such as firearm removal and domestic violence recidivism research. While at Stanford, Lillian was a research assistant for the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, a resident assistant in Crothers Global Citizenship themed dorm, and a campus tour guide.

Katie Joseff

Katie Joseff (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in Human Biology with a concentration in Social Neuroscience and a minor in International Relations. She worked in the Trauma Mental Health Lab at Stanford as an undergraduate. At Stanford, she was involved in the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) on the Worker Appreciation Committee and women’s club soccer, as well as worked as a SARA Office Violence Intervention Protection Chair.

John Rafael

John Rafael (‘17) completed his undergraduate degree in Human Biology with honors in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. He was a summer human rights fellow for the Filipino Women’s Council in Rome, Italy in Summer 2016. While at Stanford, John was a Resident Assistant at a Stanford Summer Session, an Epidemiology Intern at the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, and a Database Manager at the Asian American Activities Center. He was also involved in the Pilipino-American Student Union (PASU), Stanford Club Golf, and the Asian American Activities Center (A3C).

Joy Scott

Joy Scott (‘16) completed her undergraduate degree in History with concentrations in Global Affairs and World History. She was a summer human rights fellow in 2015 in Cambodia. While earning her degree, she worked as a Research Assistant for the Stanford Human Rights Center at Stanford Law School and participated in Ravenswood Reads, Stanford NAACP, and the Black Student Union. She went on to receive a Ford Fellowship from the Haas Center for Public Service to work at the NoVo Foundation for a year after graduation.

Katie Joseff

Katie Joseff (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in Human Biology with a concentration in Social Neuroscience and a minor in International Relations. She worked in the Trauma Mental Health Lab at Stanford as an undergraduate. At Stanford, she was involved in the Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) on the Worker Appreciation Committee and women’s club soccer, as well as worked as a SARA Office Violence Intervention Protection Chair.

Maeve Richards

Maeve Richards (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in History with a minor in Human Rights. During her time at Stanford, she competed for the varsity debate team, worked for the office of Senator Barbara Boxer and for the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.

Christina Schiciano

Christina Schiciano (‘17) completed her undergraduate degree in Political Science with a minor in Human Rights. She worked in the Trauma Mental Health Lab, served on the Student Advisory Board, and was a Summer Human Rights Fellow. During her time at Stanford, she was a Research Assistant at The Hoover Institution, a Congressional Intern in the U.S. House of Representatives, and an Analysis Intern at the State Department. Upon graduation, Christina began working as a Business Analyst at McKinsey and Company in Washington D.C..

 

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