Gender+ Justice Fellows 2021

Meet Our Fellows

The 2021 cohort counts 18 Fellows, including 6 Faculty Fellows, 10 Graduate Student Fellows and 2 Undergraduate Student Fellows.

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Faculty Fellows

Lydia Brown, J.D.

Lecturer, Disability Studies Program, Department of English, Georgetown University College

Troubling Borders, Binaries, and Biopolitical Mechanisms: Narratives of Disability and Race in Transracial and Transnational Adoption

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Sara Collina, J.D.

Lecturer, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Georgetown University

Title IX for a New Generation: Lessons Learned

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Amanda Levendowski, J.D.

Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Resisting Face Recognition with Copyright Law

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LaTasha Seliby Perkins, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine.

Black Women’s Behavioral Health Media Initiative

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Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University

Climate Colonialism, Migration, and Gender Justice

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Melicia Escobar, WHNP

Clinical Faculty Director and Doctor of Nursing Practice Student (DNP), Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies

Evaluating a Health Equity Curriculum

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Graduate and Undergraduate Student Fellows

Beba Cibralic

Ph.D Candidate in Philosophy, Georgetown University

Climate Colonialism, Migration, and Gender Justice

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Sarie Finley

Law Student, Georgetown University Law Center

Incarceration and Domestic Violence – Barriers Faced by Women Survivors of Domestic Violence Upon Reentry

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Alexis Grady

Law Student, Georgetown University Law CenterLaw Student, Georgetown University Law Center

Option X: The Fight for Legal Recognition of Non-Binary Individuals and Why It Matters

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Mariama Jallow

M.D. Student, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Black Tax: Creating Space for Self-Care

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Lauren Jordan

MBA Candidate, McDonough School of Business

Black Women’s Relationship with Death and Mental Health

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Hager Koraym

M.D. Student, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Black Tax: Creating Space for Self-Care

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Lady Nwadike

Research Assistant, Department of Psychiatry, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital

A Seat At the Table: A Look at Systematic Exclusion Based on Race and Sexual Orientation in Clinical Trials and Health Related Studies

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Anna Reed

Law Student, Georgetown University Law Center

Obstetric Violence: Community-Based Solutions for Accountability

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Eish Sumra

Master Student in Communications, Culture & Technology, Georgetown University

Exploring the user experience of dating apps for people of color within the LGBTQ community

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Jane Varner Malhotra

Master Student of Arts in Liberal Studies, Georgetown University

Documenting the Stories of the First Known Women Enrolled at Georgetown School of Medicine in 1881

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Denzell Brown

BA Candidate in Psychology, Georgetown University

Understanding Black Mothers Who Lost A Child to Gun Violence: The Brave Behind the Bullet

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Amber Stanford

BA Candidate in Government and Theology, Georgetown University

Exodus: Black Women’s Flight to Jonestown

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