Center Staff

Bonnie Waldron
Staff Assistant

Prior to joining the Center, Bonnie worked as a staff assistant in the Philosophy 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.


Audrey Hersman
Undergraduate Research Assistant, AY18-19

Audrey is a senior Biology and International Studies double major, with a concentration in global health. Her coursework and co-curricular involvements have served to expand her knowledge and skills to effectively promote access to quality health care, both domestically and abroad. Her study abroad experience in Cape Town, South Africa deepened her commitment to health equity and human rights internationally. Working with the Center, Audrey hopes to develop her research and technical skills while gaining exposure to the depth and breadth of human rights and international justice issues. 

On campus, Audrey is a co-president of GlobeMed at BC, a global health organization that is partnered with a community health NGO in Coimbatore, India called CORD Siruvani. The summer before her junior year, she had the privilege of interning with CORD Siruvani, working to strengthen their partnership and learn more about grassroots approaches to community health and rural development. She is also a council member for the PULSE Program for Service Learning, assisting the program as a liaison between the office staff, students, and community partners located in and around Boston. Lastly, Audrey serves as a student leader for the Outdoor Adventures Program.


Elizabeth Wollan
Undergraduate Research Assistant, AY18-19

Elizabeth is a senior majoring in Political Science with a double minor in International Studies and Hispanic Studies. Both professionally and personally, her passions revolve around global education, immigration, gender rights, and issues of international diplomacy. She is delighted to delve into the interdisciplinary nature of the Center, connecting various variables that form the framework of human rights and international social justice while enhancing her knowledge base of global affairs. Post-grad, she hopes to move to Washington, D.C. to pursue a career in foreign policy. Outside of her work at the Center and academics, Elizabeth is the President of the a cappella group the Common Tones of Boston College, an International Assistant with the Office of International Students and Scholars, a Kairos Lead through Campus Ministry, an ESOL instructor at Charlesview, Inc., a singer in the University Chorale, and has been an active member in several Women’s Center programs.