Rosy Fitzgerald is a graduate of Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, where she majored in American Studies with a concentration in Institutions and Power. Coming from a background in creative writing, education, and political advocacy, Rosy is passionate about the intersection of storytelling and social justice, and she is eager to help develop communications projects to promote clear program messaging while maintaining the core mission and values of Discovering Justice.
Caitlyn Ramsey joins Discovering Justice as our Fall 2021 Courthouse Programs Fellow. She recently earned a master’s degree in Global Peace, Security, and Strategic Studies from Vesalius College, and has a bachelor’s degree in Russian, Arabic, and Persian from the University of St Andrews. Her background is diverse, ranging from teaching English as a Second Language around the world to working on democracy, information campaigns, and emerging technology at the Alliance for Securing Democracy of the German Marshall Fund. She believes in the power of a strong, connected, and engaged community to maintain and develop a healthy democracy.
Malia recently graduated from Whitman College with a Politics degree. She brings a varied background teaching and mentoring elementary school students in Walla Walla, WA, assisting behind the scenes of a Cambodia-based nonprofit, and guiding her peers through career advising. As an Outreach and Recruitment Associate, she looks forward to building connections across the Commonwealth and expanding access to Discovering Justice’s educational opportunities.
Alexis joins Discovering Justice as one of our fall 2021 Programs Fellows. Currently a junior at the University of New Hampshire, Alexis is a member of the College for Social Innovation, a non-profit seeking to meld experiential learning models with higher education. She looks forward to working with the Mock Trial After School Program to help provide students with the opportunity to explore the legal profession and work to develop their own understandings of the justice system.
Callen is a recent graduate of American University with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Political Science. Going to school in Washington D.C. he was able to pursue unique opportunities to take part in various marches and protests for social change. He has previously interned on Capitol Hill and American Rivers.
Lilly joins Discovering Justice after graduating from Pomona College, where she studied Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Deeply passionate about civic and moral education, Lilly wrote her senior thesis on civil discourse instruction and is excited to apply what she learned to her work as a Programs Fellow. Next year, Lilly plans to pursue a joint JD/PhD in Philosophy, and hopes to work with policymakers, lawyers, and non-profit groups to improve access to civic education across the United States.
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