About the Authors
Jenna Dietl graduated from Webster University – Saint Louis in May 2022 with a BA in International Human Rights and a certificate in Japanese language. She is currently a Stream Teams United AmeriCorps member serving in her role as Water Stewardship Coordinator at the St. Louis Aquarium.
Allison Hastings-Wottowa is a third-year undergraduate student at American University (Washington, D.C.) pursuing a BA in International Studies, specializing in Justice, Ethics, and Human Rights. She is particularly interested in international legal research and theory, and she plans to attend law school in the future.
Sarah Hima graduated from Webster University – Saint Louis in 2022 with a major in International Human Rights and a minor in International Relations. During her senior year, Hima interned with Welcome Neighbor STL to broaden her understanding of refugee resettlement and advocacy.
Marjorie Kennedy is an undergraduate student at Webster University – Saint Louis majoring in Art History and Criticism. She has studied the French language for nine years and takes great interest in learning about the variety of French dialects.
Joshua (Sky) Krakos received a BA in Philosophy and International Human Rights from Webster University – Saint Louis in May 2022. Krakos has been researching place-based learning from the perspective of intercultural competence since 2016. Krakos was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Kamryn Moore is a recent graduate of Webster University – Saint Louis. She earned a BA in International Human Rights with a minor in Political Science. Throughout her studies, Moore developed a passion for children’s rights and hopes to spend her life fighting for the rights of children around the world.
Onuchi Ndee is a fourth-year undergraduate student athlete at American University (Washington, D.C.), currently earning her BA in International Studies and Justice, Law, and Criminology while competing on the volleyball team. She is dedicated to the intersection of ethics and globalization within the legal system and hopes to pursue these interests after college.
Jacob Trafton recently graduated from Webster University-Saint Louis with a BA in English and minors in History and International Human Rights. Through his writing, he seeks to amplify trans experiences and advocate for the protection of trans rights.