Leland Byrd, Communications and New Media Intern
Leland recently graduated from Susquehanna University with a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthropology. At CWGL, she is assisting with social media for the Post 2015 Women's Coalition and helping plan the Vienna +20 Symposium. She hopes that her time at CWGL will further her interest and involvement in gender studies and human rights.
Samantha Dugan, Student Assistant
Samantha is currently a fifth-year student at Rutgers University majoring in Criminal Justice with a minor in Social Justice. She has been with CWGL for the last five years working on a wide array of projects including organizing CWGL's media archives and assisting with the Center's website. She participates in a number of volunteer projects at Rutgers University, such as Petey Greene Prison Assistance Program and Youth Empowerment Services. Samantha looks forward to continuing her service work in the criminal justice field.
Hanaa Lakhani, Communications and New Media Intern
Hanaa is a sophomore majoring in Supply Chain & Marketing Sciences at Rutgers University. She supports the work at CWGL as a communications and New Media Intern, assisting the Information and Communication director on developing the annual report and monitoring social media. She is part of the Douglass Residential College and looks forward to using her experience at CWGL to promote human rights for all.
Srividya Malladi, 16 Days Campaign Social Media Intern
Srividya is a sophomore at Rutgers University, majoring in Management. She is working at CWGL to coordinate social media outlets for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign. She is a part of the Douglass Residential College and the Barbara Vorhees Mentors program. She hopes to use her experience at CWGL and her passion for women's issues to help women throughout the world.
Aparna Shankar, 16 Days Campaign Intern
Aparna is currently a senior at Rutgers University majoring in Public Health and minoring in Biological Sciences. Her work at CWGL involves outreach activities in support of the global 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign. She hopes that her time at CWGL will enable her to become a more socially aware individual and empower her to be an advocate for those whose human rights have been marinalized.
Shamama Siddiqui, Gender Based Violence Research Intern
Shamama is a senior at Rutgers University majoring in Public Policy and Political Science. At CWGL, she is working on research related to gender based violence and economic empowerment in South Asia. She hopes to use the great knowledge and experience gained at CWGL to work for human rights and women's economic empowerment in the near future.
Ama Ayeh, 16 Days Campaign Intern
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, IWL Scholar
Akanksha Ayra, IWL Scholar
Lamyaa Bouzida, Student Assistant
Jay Chopra, Violence Against Women/Social Media Intern
Jenna Frisch, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Katie Glick, Economics and Social Rights Intern
Puja Jani, Student Assistant
Neha Kagal, Graduate Intern
Dina Mansour, 16 Days Campaign Intern
Katlyn Martinez, Student Assistant
Kara McCloskey, IWL Scholar
Melissa Moskowitz, Intern
Karima Munem, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Bridget O’Halloran, Intern
Sulekha Prasad, Economic and Social Rights Graduate Intern
Mariel Quintana, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Marielle Rodriguez, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Shaheena Shahid, 16 Days Campaign Intern
Sarah Weirich, Graduate Assistant
Emily Westcott, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Adriana Williams, Student Assistant
Sara West, Intern