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The Center's Staff

Bonnie Waldron
Staff Assistant

Prior to joining the Center, Bonnie worked as a staff assistant in the Philosopy department and as an administrative assistant in Campus Ministry at BC.  She received her B.A. at St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn, NY and her M.S. in Administrative Studies from Boston College.


Hanna Khan
Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2016-2017

Hanaa is a senior at Boston College studying Applied Psychology and Human Development with minors in Management and Leadership, Philosophy, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Hanaa studied abroad in Venice, Italy during her sophomore summer, and learned about the historical and cultural significance of Venetian art. She has been a pioneer of the mental health awareness movement on campus, and competes on the club equestrian team. Hanaa is passionate about social policy as it pertains to equal rights and discrimination, and intends to pursue a law degree with the hope of working in human and civil rights. 

Liam Maguire
Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2016-2017

Liam is a senior at Boston College majoring in International Studies with a focus in Ethics, Religion, and Politics. He studied abroad in Aix-en-Provence, France for a semester during his junior year and has taken courses that brought him to Israel/the West Bank, Morocco, and Spain. In France, he studied its political history, focusing on their current struggle to find effective means of immigrant integration. While at BC, he has become particularly interested in the role religion - or a lack thereof - plays in the operation of global governments and also in issues of social inequality, particularly in Europe and the MENA region. Liam hopes to work with international communities after graduation, continuing his contributions in research, advocacy, and education.