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  • Neha Vangipurapu

    Neha Vangipurapu

    Neha Vangipurapu is a sophomore studying Public Policy. Outside of the Human Rights Center, she volunteers with SuWa, is part of the American Predatory Lending Bass Connections team, and plays […]

  • Laura Boyle

    Laura Boyle

    Laura is a first-year student from London, England. Her pronouns are she/her. She loves to read, meet new people, and play music. Laura is fascinated by the development of the concept […]

  • Lily Levin

    Lily Levin

    Lily Levin (she/her) is a sophomore from Raleigh studying (maybe) English and Sociology. Besides her passion for the human rights board, she’s involved in Duke Mutual Aid, the Chronicle, Community […]

  • Kishan Gandham

    Kishan Gandham

    Kishan Gandham is a Trinity sophomore from Basking Ridge, NJ studying (probably) Public Policy, Political Science, and Human Rights. He hopes to learn and eventually work as a lawyer involved […]

  • Josh Suh

    Josh Suh

    Josh Suh is a freshman from Atlanta, GA planning to major in public policy with an Innovation and Entrepreneurship certificate. He’s interested in exploring the role of human rights in […]

  • Rania Soufny

    Rania Soufny

    Rania Soufny is a Trinity sophomore from Orlando, FL interested in Economics, Medicine, and human rights. Outside of SAB, I work with Devilthon and AMWA. I am especially interested in […]

  • Amiya Mehrotra

    Amiya Mehrotra

    Amiya Mehrotra is a Trinity freshman from Westchester, New York. Although her major is currently undecided, she would love to take classes in Duke’s history, public policy, education, and child […]

  • Riya Mohan

    Riya Mohan

    Riya Mohan is a current first-year from Dallas, Texas. She plans to study Computer Science and Global Health on the pre-health track and is interested in the intersection of healthcare […]

  • Cecilia Márquez

    Cecilia Márquez

    Cecilia Márquez is an Assistant Professor in History and previously taught Latino/a Studies at New York University. She earned her MA and PhD in American History at the University of […]

  • Nicole Elizabeth Barnes

    Nicole Elizabeth Barnes

    Nicole Elizabeth Barnes received her PhD from UC Irvine and is an Assistant Professor in History and Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies at Duke. Her first book, Intimate Communities: Wartime […]