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. She plans on pursuing a career in international criminal law.