Students and Staff
Boris Abadzhyan is a native of Yerevan, the capital of the Republic of Armenia, who moved to Saint Louis in 1994. After graduating in May 2012 with a B.A. in Political Science and an emphasis in public law, he will pursue his M.A. in International Relations at Webster University.
Alexandra Dinu is originally from Bucharest, Romania. She studies international human rights at Webster University and hopes to learn more about her own rights and how to fight for them. She plans to pursue a human rights law degree after finishing her B.A.
Lilly Dumar is a journalism major at Webster University with a minor in psychology. This course was her first introduction to human rights, but she makes up for her lack of knowledge with her charm, quick wit, and design layout abilities.
Marie Isenberg began her studies at Webster University as an English major, but quickly decided to pursue a B.A. in international human rights. She first became interested in human rights during high school, when a class exposed her to a wide range of rights issues.
Clare Schloemer gained an interest in human rights during high school and wrote an in-depth research project on sex trafficking in the United States during her senior year. She is now earning a B.A. in international human rights at Webster University.
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.