Discovering Justice has hired four Fellows for the organization’s inaugural Fellowship Program. They will be with the organization for ten weeks working directly with staff on program and organizational development projects. Please welcome our first cohort of Discovering Justice Fellows!
- Alzeta Wilson, Mock Trial/Topics Fellow (Top Left) – Alzeta works with Senior Education Associate Luke Matys on the Fall Mock Trial Program, developing curriculum, helping to manage our partners, monitoring and evaluating operations, gathering feedback and data, helping to organize the online culminating event, and laying the groundwork for the Spring semester. She will also be doing preliminary research for the Topics Program to help identify potential paths and sources.
Alzeta lives in Georgia and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Sociology and Demography.
- Ally Damante, Development/Communications Fellow (Top Center)– Ally works with Executive Director Matt Wilson and Chief Operating Office Ann Gogol to organize Discovering Jutice’s Annual Gala. She is also implementing the organization’s social media and communications plan.
Ally is a recent graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, where she received a B.A. in Arts for Social Change. She is passionate about artistic expression, civic engagement, youth empowerment and previously interned at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, and the Andrew Goodman Foundation.
- Grace Heiderman, Courthouse Tours Fellow (Top Right) – Grace works with Office Administrator Henry Schunk to help create a set of online Courthouse Tours. She will be developing a set of tours focused on different aspects and features of the Courthouse and adapt them for different ages.
Grace has been in Europe taking courses in Museum Studies. She worked for UNESCO to support museums and worked with a NGO to promote tolerance through cultural heritage.
- Carolina Hutt-Sierra, Strategic Planning and Development Fellow (Bottom Left) – Carolina works with Executive Director Matt Wilson on the organization’s strategic planning process. She will also be helping to develop and build Discovering Justice’s Foundation outreach and Individual Giving plans.
Carolina is a recent graduate of Middlebury College where she studied History and Education Studies. She has taught science and social studies to middle and high school students in DC, Vermont, and Maine and is deeply invested in building supportive and inclusive communities both in and out of the classroom.
Through its Intern Program, Discovering Justice is also hosting Fall Intern from Tufts University
- Rachael Totz, In-School Program Intern. (Bottom Right) Rachael works with Education Program Director Laura Brenner on Discovering Justice’s In-School program and curricular materials. Rachael is from Houston, Texas and is a senior at Tufts University studying Sociology, Civic Studies, and Philosophy. Rachel is interested in the intersection between education and perceptions of the justice system.