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. She was also involved in Mock Trial, Women and Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE), and the Women’s Coalition. She went on to attend Columbia University for an MA in Human Rights Studies and hopes to become a human rights lawyer.