Students and Staff
Candace Brown is a Legal Studies major at Webster University-Saint Louis, with a minor in Psychology. She is a sophomore and is also pursuing a certificate in International Human Rights. She hopes to attend Saint Louis University Law School and eventually become a criminal defense attorney. Her goal is to defend wrongfully convicted minorities, and perhaps one day work at the United Nations.
Alyssa Buettner is a freshman at Webster University-Saint Louis who hopes to one day work for a nonprofit organization. She spends her free time serving the homeless and people living in the Carondelet area of Saint Louis.
Gaby Deimeke is a freshman at Webster University-Saint Louis majoring in Art. She hopes to study abroad and use photography to promote human rights issues overseas.
Alexandra Grolimund is an international student from Zurich, Switzerland. She graduates from Webster University-Saint Louis in May 2013 with a double major in International Human Rights and International Relations. She plans to pursue graduate studies in Europe.
Rachel Kaufer is a senior in Webster University’s International Human Rights program in Saint Louis. She is originally from South Lake Tahoe, California, and has loved the experience of living in the Midwest. She hopes to join the Peace Corps after college, pursue a law degree, and become a human rights lawyer based in San Francisco. Kaufer’s passion for human rights was solidified after living close to United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, for four months.
Katherine Powderly is an International Human Rights major at Webster University-Saint Louis. She hopes to earn a law degree and focus on creating a more sustainable environment for the city of Saint Louis and its surrounding areas.
Matt Seidel is a junior at Webster University-Saint Louis who is majoring in Media Communications. Outside of school, he works in graphic design and photography.
Gwen Williams is an Education major focusing on History at Webster University-Saint Louis. She plans to pursue her dream of being a teacher after she graduates, and may one day attend graduate school. She is also an athlete on Webster’s women’s basketball team and hopes to play on a semi-professional team either in the U.S. or overseas.
Lindsey Kingston is an Assistant Professor of International Human Rights at Webster University. She directs the university’s undergraduate degree program in human rights, and she also serves as Associate Director of the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies. Kingston earned her Ph.D. from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.