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 Program Manager, After Schools Kids (ASK) Program
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Originally from Washington, DC and Hyattsville, MD, Diana’s professional interests include community organizing, social movement narratives, and positive youth development. She received her B.A. in Sociology with a secondary degree in Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights from Harvard University. During her time in Boston, she worked with the Phillips Brooks House Association as Program Director of the Keylatch youth programs while supporting various community engagement efforts. Diana then returned to the DMV through a service fellowship to launch a post-secondary education access program for DCPS families with the Latin American Youth Center. She also worked with the Teen Program at Mary’s Center facilitating youth programming focused on community-building, post-secondary options, and healthy choices. Diana believes that young people are important agents of change who can create meaningful impact.

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Melissa Bernard

Jumpstart Site Manager
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Melissa Bernard is the Jumpstart Site Manager at Georgetown University’s Center for Social Justice. She serves to recruit, train, and supervise college students who work with low-income preschoolers on language, literacy, and socio-emotional skill building. Melissa has a background in education and human development, having received her B.A. from Boston College’s Lynch School of Education in 2016. After graduating she spent a year serving with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Washington, DC, as the Homelessness Outreach Programs Coordinator for both the CSJ and Campus Ministry at Georgetown University. ucia provided comprehensive administrative support in the private sector for nine years.

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Gina Bulett (B'08)

Assistant Director for Youth Justice Programs
Program Director, After Schools Kids (ASK) Program
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Gina Bulett joined the CSJ team as Program Director of the After School Kids (ASK) Program in May 2014. In this role, she is responsible for recruitment, training, and support of Georgetown student tutors who serve at-potential youth. ASK operates year-round, serving upwards of 75 youth each semester. 
Gina earned a Masters of Social Work (MSW) from University of Southern California in 2014. Prior to CSJ, she worked for Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, in direct service of court-involved, homeless, and at-risk youth. Gina is a 2008 graduate of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, having double-majored in Management and International Business. As an undergraduate, Gina tutored and mentored for the After School Kids (ASK) program and Oak Hill Outreach, serving court-involved youth.

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Lucia Cappelloni

Van and Payroll Administrator 
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Lucia Cappelloni joined the CSJ team as a Payroll and Van Administrator in October 2013. In this role, she helps to ensure the efficient and timely payment of the approximately 250 student employees involved in CSJ's community-based service activities. She also oversees student van coordinators, manages monthly billing processes, and verifies that vehicles are in compliance with state, leasing agent, and Georgetown policies and requirements. 

Lucia is originally from the Republic of Moldova and graduated with a degree in Romanian and English Literature from the University of Bucharest. Lucia began her career working for the US Peace Corps in Moldova, providing administrative and interpreting support to volunteers and Peace Corps staff. After immigrating to the United States, Lucia provided comprehensive administrative support in the private sector for nine years.

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Joel Hanson

Jesuit Volunteer; Coordinator, HOME Program

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Joel Hanson serves as the Homeless Outreach | Meals | Education (HOME) Program Coordinator at the Center for Social Justice (CSJ). Joel is originally from Snohomish, Washington and spent the last four years at Gonzaga University as an undergraduate student. Joel graduated in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Sociology and Environmental Studies and a concentration in Leadership Studies. While at Gonzaga he was involved with the Comprehensive Leadership Program, study abroad trips to Zambia, service learning trips to Denver, Colorado, a cultural immersion trip to Los Angeles, California, University Ministry retreats and Christian Life Communities. He also worked in Housing and Residence Life as a Resident Assistant for two years and an Assistant Residence Director for one year. In addition, Joel spent three years as an intern for Zamia Gold, a student run organization that supports sustainable educational and economic development in Zambia. Zambia Gold funded many projects including a library with 10,000 books made possible by donations from generous donors and the sale of local, sustainable and fair trade products from Zambia. Zambia Gold's main product is honey and Joel considers himself a self-proclaimed connoisseur of honey. Joel enjoys being in the outdoors; skiing, backpacking, and boating.
Joel spent eight years volunteering monthly at New Horizons, a shelter in Seattle, Washington that accompanies teens experiencing homelessness. Joel is part of The Jesuit Volunteer Corps and will serve at both CSJ and Campus Ministry. He will coordinate homelessness outreach activities at the Georgetown Ministry Center (GMC) and the Father Makenna Center (FMC). He will work at GMC as the volunteer coordinator and will help coordinate a pilot program at FMC this year. Joel hopes to learn more about homelessness, provide meaningful volunteer opportunities for students, advocate for those experiencing homelessness by giving them a voice and breaking down stigmas around homelessness.

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Jessica Lee

Program Director, DC Schools Project 
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Jessica Lee joined CSJ’s team as the DC Schools Project Program Director in July 2013. As Program Director, Jessica is responsible for the oversight of the DC Schools Project which delivers English literacy skills support to children, youth, and adults of low-income, immigrant backgrounds in the DC area.

Jessica is from Portland, Oregon, where she attended Lewis and Clark College for her BA in International Affairs and Foreign Languages. She attended the Monterey Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California for her Master’s in Public Administration, with a concentration on nonprofit management and returned to Portland to work with the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon on immigration, education, and health equity issues in Oregon’s communities of color. Previously to joining CSJ, Jessica worked as the Community Health and Service-Learning Coordinator at Georgetown Medical School.

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Whitney Maddox (G'10)

Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Leadership Development
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Whitney Maddox joined CSJ’s team as the Assistant Director for Student Organizations and Leadership Development in April 2017. As Assistant Director, Whitney is responsible for connecting Georgetown students to service and social justice opportunities, coordinating university-wide social justice events, managing CSJ’s advising of student organizations, and building CSJ’s staff members’ capacity to oversee and advise student organizations through leadership development.

Whitney transitioned to the CSJ from Georgetown University’s Office of Student Conduct where she spent nearly five years overseeing the administration of the student conduct system, and properly implementing fair conduct procedures to resolve the most serious cases of the University to include sexual assault and bias related incidents. While pursuing her Masters degree in Journalism from the University, Whitney served as a Graduate intern in Georgetown’s Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA) where she worked with families in targeted D.C. public schools to bolster college knowledge and engagement in the college search and financial aid processes. After earning her degree in 2009, Whitney continued her work in CMEA, recruiting middle school students from D.C. and raising awareness of the importance of being college ready. Whitney is from Oakman, Alabama and attended Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama, a city rich with civil rights history.

Photograph of Lauren Johannesson McCoyLauren Johannesson McCoy (C'04, MBA'14)

Director of Finance and Administration
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Lauren Johannesson McCoy has worked at the Center for Social Justice since May 2012. As Director of Finance and Administration, Lauren is responsible for the fiscal and administrative management of CSJ, including day-to-day as well as long-term financial and budgetary planning, support and oversight for Center programs and project, grants and endowment, and equipment and facilities.

A graduate of Georgetown University's College, Lauren participated in multiple CSJ programs, including FOCI, DC Schools Project and DC READS, during her undergraduate years. Inspired by her work at the CSJ, Lauren pursued a career in education after graduation. After serving as a Jesuit Alumni Volunteer at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, IL, Lauren returned to DC and continued to work as a high school teacher before returning to Georgetown to work in the Office of Residence Life. Lauren earned her MBA from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.

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Caitlin Miller (C'17)

Operations Officer
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Caitlin is from Austin, Texas and a graduate of Georgetown University with Bachelor’s degree in Government and Theology. She has pursued her love of India by studying Hinduism and spending a semester abroad in Pune, where she interned with the Deep Griha Society (DGS), a non-profit that works to better the lives of Pune’s poor. During her time with the DGS she designed and led youth personality development sessions, trained DGS staff members to conduct these sessions, and participated in the DGS child nutrition program. In her work life, Caitlin is dedicated to social justice and achieving a world in which every person has capacity to flourish and realize their full potential. In her personal life, Caitlin is dedicated to competitive ballroom dancing.

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Assistant Director, Social Justice Curriculum and Pedagogy
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Amanda Munroe directs community-based learning, all forms of social justice curriculum infusion, and supports global social justice learning initiatives at CSJ. She also teaches and facilitates across campus(es) on the subjects of reflection for social action, cultural humility in social justice work, and communication and conflict. 

Amanda joined CSJ as Social Justice Curriculum and Pedagogy Coordinator in October 2013 following her work as Distance Learning Project Coordinator for the United States Institute of Peace. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2012 with a Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution awarded with distinction. During her graduate studies, Amanda worked on conflict resolution initiatives for Georgetown's Office of the President. Her master's thesis, Peace Education through Sport: Critical Pedagogy for Conflict Literacy, identified promising practices in the design and implementation of sport for peace programs in Western Europe, with a particular focus on countering violent extremism. She has since published on the topics of religion, terrorism, and education; critical literacies, and peace education. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and French from North Park University in Chicago, Illinois. Amanda has traveled extensively, speaks German and French, and enjoys cycling, swimming, dancing, and practicing yoga.

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Dr. Jennifer Rosales

Director of Research and Evaluation
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Dr. Jennifer Rosales is the Director of Research and Evaluation at the Center for Social Justice. She spent the last two years leading the creation and implementation of a multidisciplinary, system-wide education evaluation plan for the California Institute of the Arts Community Arts Partnership (CalArts CAP), as the Director of Research and Assessment. Jennifer has taught arts-based research and social science methodologies at CalArts. In addition, she has conducted mixed methods research studies on various arts programs (media, music, visual arts, and dance) and led arts integration programs for youth in Los Angeles and India. At the University of Southern California, she received her Ph.D. and MA in Critical Studies from the School of Cinematic Arts and her BA in History. Her interests include media and arts education, youth agency, evaluation and research methodologies, and social change in local and global communities.

Photograph of Catherine RubioCatherine Rubio (C'15)

Program Assistant, After School Kids (ASK) Program 
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Catherine Rubio became Program Assistant of the After School Kids Program (ASK) in July 2015. In this role, she is responsible for the recruitment and training of Georgetown student mentors, and facilitating relationships between students and ASK program community partners.

Catherine is graduate of Georgetown University Class of 2015, having earned her B.S. in Mathematics. As a student, Catherine was engaged as both a ASK mentor and site coordinator. Catherine credits growing up in the Hyattsville, MD for her ability to understand the challenges that ASK program participants endure as youth growing up in the Washington, DC metro area. This connection supports her as she creates strong relationships with ASK participants. 

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Associate Director 
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Ray Shiu has served as Associate Director of CSJ since February 2012. In this role, he is responsible for the overall management of CSJ’s staff-run and student-run social justice community-based service, including student development, community and university outreach, and fiscal and administrative management. Ray joined CSJ as Special Programs Coordinator in 2004 and served as Program Director for Student Leadership and Special Programs from 2006 to 2012.

Originally from Modesto, CA, Ray received his BS in Genetics from the University of California, Davis. After graduation, he moved to New York City and worked as a program and financial officer at a research center at the Columbia University Business School. While in New York City, Ray earned his MA in Higher Education, with a concentration in academic and student development from Columbia University’s Teachers College.

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Sabrina Sifuentes

Program Director, DC Reads Program and STEM Afterschool Program
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Sabrina Sifuentes serves as the Program Director of DC Reads. In this role, she is responsible for the recruitment, training, and support of Georgetown student tutors for elementary school-aged youth who are a grade level or more behind in literacy skills. Each semester, Georgetown students serve over 400 elementary students at nine sites in Ward 7. Originally from Texas, Sabrina is a graduate from the University of Dallas with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She spent two years serving as a Americorps Corps member for Reading Partners, a national early literacy education nonprofit, in both their North Texas and DC regions. Inspired by this work, Sabrina joined Teach for America to work as an elementary school teacher for Dallas Independent Schools while earning a Master of Education specializing in early literacy from Southern Methodist University. Ph.D. in Comparative and International Education and Philosophy from Columbia University and master's in International Educational Development and Peace Education from Teachers College. Her research and teaching are in the fields of peace education, conflict studies, and international educational development, and her principal interest lies in the transformative potential of educational initiatives in post-conflict societies and for girls living in urban poverty. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Andria began her vocation within education as a school teacher at an independent school, the Cornelia Connelly Center (CCC), which serves low-income girls of the Lower East Side, New York City. She served as an invited member of the Board of Trustees of the CCC for six years.

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Assistant Director of Immersion Programs
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Mollie Vita joined CSJ in December 2015 as the Assistant Director of Immersion Programs. In this role, Mollie directly oversees the First-Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI), GU's longest-running pre-orientation program that introduces 54 first-year Hoyas to community service and social justice; and the Alternative Breaks Program (ABP), offering 30+ immersion experiences to over 400 participants year-round. Mollie comes to Georgetown from our Jesuit neighbor, The University of Scranton, where she served for three years as the International Service Program Coordinator through the Office of Campus Ministries, organizing trips to Central and South America. Mollie most recently was an Area Coordinator in The University of Scranton's Office of Residence Life, through which she supervised a team of Resident Assistants and served as a University Conduct Officer. Originally from Long Island, New York, where she grew up with her parents and four brothers, Mollie earned her BS in education and MS in Reading Education from The University of Scranton. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education.

Photograph of Andria WislerDr. Andria Wisler

Executive Director
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Dr. Andria Wisler became the Executive Director of the Center for Social Justice in January 2013. She first joined Georgetown University in Fall 2008 as a Visiting Assistant Professor for the Program on Justice and Peace (JUPS) and became Director of the program in January 2011. Andria received her Ph.D. in Comparative and International Education and Philosophy from Columbia University and master's in International Educational Development and Peace Education from Teachers College. Her research and teaching are in the fields of peace education, conflict studies, and international educational development, and her principal interest lies in the transformative potential of educational initiatives in post-conflict societies and for girls living in urban poverty. After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Andria began her vocation within education as a school teacher at an independent school, the Cornelia Connelly Center (CCC), which serves low-income girls of the Lower East Side, New York City. She served as an invited member of the Board of Trustees of the CCC for six years.

At Georgetown, Andria has been involved in several campus initiatives and programs. She has participated in the inaugural group of Doyle Fellows, a campus initiative on inclusion and diversity, the Engelhard Initiative, and in the Fall 2010 semester, Andria was a faculty-in-residence in Georgetown’s Alanya, Turkey study abroad/community living-and-learning program. Due to her significant justice and peace pedagogical expertise, she was approached by Routledge to author an Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies textbook. Andria co-edited (with Celina Del Felice and Aaron Karako) Peace Education Evaluation (Information Age, 2015), a first of its kind resource of 20 chapters that reviews the trends and challenges in evaluation of peace education, presents case studies of programs around world, and offers ideas for methodological innovations.

CSJ's Graduate Assistants 

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Graduate Assistant, Alternative Breaks Program 
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Tyra Beaman is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Foreign Service at Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service. Most recently, Tyra completed a 10 month Fulbright Fellowship, serving as an English Teaching Assistant in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She left for the Dominican Republic directly after receiving her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Spelman College and serving as a Charles Rangel Fellow for Congressman Gregory Meeks. Tyra is a native of Richmond, Virginia and graduated high school with an International Baccalaureate Diploma, which was the start to her love for global affairs and service. While in college, Tyra co-founded an international education company, Black Beyond Borders, LLC., dedicated to providing and empowering the black community with cross-cultural tools to study abroad, with purpose. Tyra has continued her work on identity politics, while building transnational relationships through studying, serving, and working abroad in Argentina, Uruguay, Haiti, South Africa, and the Dominican Republic.

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Lin Cong

Communications & Outreach Graduate Student Assistant
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Lin Cong is a second-year graduate student in Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture and Technology program. She got her B.A. in Strategic Communication from the Ohio State University, with academic backgrounds in International Journalism, Communication and Sociology. Lin used to work with International Fund for China’s Environment (IFCE) and China Central Television (CCTV). She is interested in pursuing a career in Non-profit organization and new media. Lin is from China. She loves music and playing the guitar. 

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STEM Afterschool/DC Reads Graduate Student Assistant
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Kiersten is a first year student in the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Global Human Development Master’s program. She attended the University of Notre Dame as a student-athlete majoring in Political Science and Spanish while rowing for the varsity women’s rowing team. After graduating from Notre Dame, Kiersten joined the Peace Corps and served as an English literacy volunteer in Western Samoa working primarily with at-risk students in her rural village on the island of Savaii. 

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Evaluation Graduate Student Assistant
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Milagros is a first year graduate student in Georgetown's Master in International Development Policy program. Originally from Peru, she is focusing on issues related to community service and urban development. She was actively involved in projects of sustainable development in public schools while she was studying Economics in Lima. Her professional experience in the Peruvian Government includes the evaluation of programs for the productive development of microenterprises and the design of the National Strategy for Reduction of Urban Poverty.

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Graduate Assistant, Global Learning
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Rebecca Eppler is a CSJ Global Learning Graduate Assistant, and joined the CSJ team in August 2016 as the Social Justice Curriculum and Pedagogy Graduate Assistant.

Rebecca is a second year graduate student in the Georgetown University Conflict Resolution Master’s Program, and is earning a certificate in Refugees and Humanitarian Emergencies. She is focusing on issues related to the Syrian conflict and refugee crisis, and worked in Geneva, Switzerland as a Georgetown Conflict Resolution 2017 Summer Fellow. Rebecca is from Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from UNF with a B.A. in International Studies before working at local non-profit promoting citizen diplomacy in Northeast Florida as the Director of Programs. 

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Conflict Resolution Graduate Assistant
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Abby Fram is a first year graduate student in Georgetown’s Conflict Resolution Program. Originally from Arlington, Virginia, she is interested in gender and post-conflict reconstruction. She taught English for one year in a suburb south of Paris for the French government’s Teaching Assistant Program in France before coming to Georgetown. She also interned at the Embassy of France in the US, in the Press and Communications department. She holds a BA in International Affairs from James Madison University.

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Annie Gala

Graduate Student Assistant for Finance 
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Annie Gala, a second-year Master’s student in English Literature, serves as the Interim Financial and Administrative Officer at CSJ. A native of Seattle, Washington, Annie graduated from Seattle University with a B.A. in English and a minor in French. At Seattle U, Annie was involved in tutoring volunteer programs through the Center for Community Service and Engagement. After graduating, she spent a year working for the French government, teaching English and History at a middle school outside of Nantes, France. She is interested in English curriculum research and is currently working on a thesis that focuses on English curricula in the DMV area.

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Jude Massaad

Conflict Resolution Graduate Assistant
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Jude graduated from the American University of Beirut with a B.A. in Political Science, a minor in Human Rights and Transitional Justice, and a diploma in Project Management. Jude started to develop a deep interest in global politics in 2011 after heavily participating in international Model UN conferences. After interning with the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014, Jude moved on to work as a reporter at the Daily Star Newspaper in 2015 to cover stories on the Syrian refugee crisis in Beirut. Jude also worked with a non-profit in Beirut that aimed to find justice for the 17,000 people kidnapped during the Lebanese Civil War. Prior to joining Georgetown to pursue her M.A. in Conflict Resolution, Jude worked as a council assistant for the San Jose City Council. Jude specifically aims to work on foreign policy, human rights and transitional justice issues related to the Middle East. She enjoys having great conversations, dancing, baking, traveling, and listening to live music.

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Social Justice Curriculum and Pedagogy Graduate Student Assistant
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Lily is a second-year graduate student in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, with a concentration in Global Politics and Security. Originally from, Ethiopia, Lily got her B.A. in Sociology and Social Anthropology from Addis Ababa University and has a Diploma in Journalism and Communication. In 2005 she began her career working with the Sub-Saharan Informer Newspaper and covered the political unrest following Ethiopia’s national election that year. An outspoken advocate for freedom of expression, she also worked extensively with foreign news outlets including Wall Street Journal and Voice of America. She also completed a one-year fellowship with the National Endowment for Democracy where she researched the impact of Ethiopia’s anti-terrorism law on the country’s media landscape.

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Nakea Simon

Graduate Assistant, Alternative Breaks Program
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Nakea is a first year graduate student in Georgetown’s Master of Professional Studies in Journalism program. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Nakea attended Virginia State University where she received a B.A. in Mass Communications, with a minor in Dance. While at VSU, Nakea was actively involved in the Student Government Association and Introduction Program, engaging in both academic and co-curricular activities. At CSJ, Nakea serves as a Graduate Assistant for the Alternative Breaks Program.

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Evaluation Graduate Student Assistant
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Siwei Tian is a first-year student in the Master of Public Policy program. She graduated from Peking University in 2017, with a B.A in Hindi and a LL.B in Sociology. While in college, Siwei focused on the problem of inequality in China. She volunteered at Beijing Volunteer Federation and worked on a program focusing on helping physically challenged people. Siwei also participated in a research carried out by the UNDP on the living status of sexual minorities in China, where she designed questionnaire and did data analysis.

CSJ's Center Operations Interns

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Center Operations Interns
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Chad Gasman is a sophomore in the College, double majoring in Government and Women’s and Gender Studies and minoring in Sociology. A Los Angeleno at heart, Chad is passionate about issues that affect their neighborhood growing up - particularly LGBTQ issues and immigration rights. In addition to working at the Center for Social Justice, they are the President of GUPride, edit for the Undergraduate Law Review, and serve in the Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate representing West Campus.

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Center Operations Interns
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Grace Koehl, a junior in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, joined the CSJ as one of the Center Operations Interns in September 2017.  Originally from Minnesota, she is studying to receive her BS in Global Health with a minor in Spanish.  Prior to her role as Center Operations Intern, Grace took part in several CSJ programs including Young Diplomats of Seaton Elementary, the Alternative Breaks Program, and the Intersections online summer course. 

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Ashley Lane

Center Operations Interns
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Ashley Lane is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service, intending to major in Science, Technology, and International Affairs with a minor in Persian. She grew up in the small town of Otsego, MI, and joined the CSJ this fall as a Center Operations Intern. On campus, Ashley is involved with several different organizations, including as a mentor and board member for Stride for College, and as a trip leader for Alternative Breaks Program. She is also a Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Fellows Program at the Joyce Ivy Foundation, a non-profit organization based out of Ann Arbor, MI. 

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Center Operations Interns
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Jenna Moniz, is a Massachusetts native working as Center Operations Intern. A freshman in the College, she is undeclared but hopes to find her passion this year in order to start moving towards a specific major. She is excited to learn about the many programs that are run by the CSJ and was introduced to the center during her pre-orientation week through First Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI). Jenna enjoys learning about social justice movements, and hopes that through the center she can become involved in more programs, specifically the Alternative Breaks Program as well as the Prison Outreach program. Jenna is currently involved with SAPE, College Dems, Green club, and H*yas for Choice.  

 

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Center Operations Interns
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Helena Vaughan is a senior in the College, majoring in Justice and Peace Studies -with a concentration in migration- and minoring in Government. She currently calls North Carolina home, but spent the majority of her growing up overseas. In Spring of 2017, she studied abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, focusing on a human rights program. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, biking, and exploring DC. Helena has been a Center Operations Intern since May, 2016.