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.
Juhi is a second-year student at the School of Arts and Sciences majoring in Cognitive Science with minors in Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources and Women's and Gender Studies. At CWGL, she assists with post-16 Days campaign work and conducts research on gender-based violence. She is a member of the Douglass Residential College and has previously interned at the Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society. She hopes to use her experience at CWGL to help advance her future work in human rights.
Hanaa Lakhani, Student Assistant
Hanaa is a sophomore majoring in Supply Chain & Marketing Sciences at Rutgers University. She is part of 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.
Dina Mansour, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Dina Mansour is in her final semester at Rutgers University where she is double majoring in Political Science and Women’s Studies with a minor in Social Justice. Her work at CWGL supports the Post-2015 Women’s Coalition Coordinator where she helps with tasks involving communications as well as research on the different issue areas targeted in the Millennium Development Goals. Dina has previously worked with the Center as a 16 Days Campaign intern where she assisted the Program Coordinator in the implementation of the campaign, research, and planning of panels and events. She is also a part of the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Response Team (DVRT) on campus and has participated in CWGL’s semester-long training seminar, “Women’s Rights and Policy Making Through the United Nations,” where she was afforded the opportunity to put her passions for human rights and activism into practice. Post graduation, Dina is interested in continuing her work surrounding the advancement of women’s human rights and social justice issues and hopes to continue her studies in the area of human rights law.
Ashley Polukord, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Ashley Polukord is a third year School of Arts and Sciences Honors student majoring in Economics with minors in Comparative Literature and Women's and Gender Studies. Her work at the CWGL involves researching countries' international economic development goals in conjunction with the Millennium Development Goals. Ashley is a part of the Douglass Residential College, has participated in the Barbara Voorhees Mentoring Program and works for the Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance. She hopes to learn about the applications of economics and how to use economics in order to help people.
Keith Sikora, Economic and Social Rights Intern
Keith Sikora is a senior, majoring in Women's and Gender Studies with minors in Sexuality Studies and Social Justice. Keith has been researching the progression of the Post-2015 development goals and wants to go into human rights activism for the queer communities.