Summer 2016 Fellows

Nadia Raynes, JD ’18, is working in Cape Town, South Africa at the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa’s largest public interest human rights law clinic, whose mission is to promote justice, build respect for the rule of law, and contribute to socio-economic transformation within South Africa and beyond through impact litigation, direct legal services, law reform, civil society partnerships, and public education

Marissa R. Brodney, JD/MPA ’18, is working in The Hague for the International Criminal Court (ICC), in the Jurisdiction, Complementarity and Cooperation Division (JCCD) within the Office of the Prosecutor. JCCD provides advice to the Prosecutor on issues of jurisdiction and admissibility, is responsible for ensuring agreements are in place to secure cooperation of states and international organizations, and maintains dialogue with stakeholders including civil society. The ICC was established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community.

Kenna Graziano, JD ’17, is working in Johannesburg at the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC). SALC works on advancing a wide range of human rights issues and the rule of law throughout southern Africa through strategic litigation and capacity building.

Alyssa Oravec, JD ’18, is working in Nairobi at The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and Aids (KELIN).  KELIN is a NGO that advocates for equal access to the right to health care for all Kenyan citizens, including women, children, and those diagnosed with HIV and TB.
Kelsey Jost-Creegan, JD’17, is working in Bogotá at the Centro de Estudios para la Justicia Social ‘Tierra Digna’. Tierra Digna provides comprehensive support to help communities affected by large-scale development projects defend their human rights, territories, and environment.

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