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Center for Human Rights and International Justice

The Center's Staff

Bonnie Waldron
Staff Assistant

Kristin Gordon
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Kristin Gordon is a senior at Boston College majoring in Sociology and minoring in Management and Leadership. Over the course of her time at Boston College, Kristin has been particularly influenced by the Jesuit tradition of service, which advocates the importance of both action and reflection in one’s search to serve others. She strives to serve displaced and disadvantaged populations by facilitating discussion with others and working with public service agencies to enact change. Kristin spent her junior year studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa where she expanded her knowledge of the challenges of the search for justice in a global context. After graduation, Kristin hopes to seek a career where she can use her intellectual, spiritual, and emotional strengths to better the immediate and global environment in which she lives.

Tesia Mancosky
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Tesia is a senior at Boston College studying International Relations with a focus in Political Science and Latin America. During her senior year of high school, she had an internship at the African Community Center in downtown Denver which introduced her to the world of human rights, refugees, and international politics. During her junior year, Tesia studied abroad in Quito, Ecuador where she interned at Asylum Access teaching English to Colombian refugees and leading seminars regarding the visa acquirement process. Her job with Manna Project International in Managua, Nicaragua has inspired her to continue working in the international development field, with hopes of joining the Peace Corps after graduation.