Jamie Vieson is a senior at the University of Dayton, where she is double majoring in Human Rights Studies and Philosophy. She is also pursuing minors in Political Science and Women and Gender Studies. Through her studies, Jamie has developed a passion for human rights and women’s rights in particular. Last summer, as a member of the Heroin Unit for the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Jamie gained hands on experience with community outreach and education. During that time she also helped the team in their research efforts to find links between heroin abuse and sex trafficking. She is in Washington DC this summer through the University of Dayton’s DC Flyers program. Her internship with African Faith and Justice Network is an exciting opportunity to gain hands on experience with human rights advocacy for Africa. Jamie is pursuing a career in human rights law and is looking forward to the knowledge that she will gain through this experience.
- Africa’s Intensifying Emergencies: To What Fresh Assistance will the US Commit?
- AFJN’s Sr. Eucharia Madueke interviewed about gender-based violence in Nigeria
- AFJN’s Exe. Dir. Steven Rogers interviewed on AfricaNow!
- Reforming the UN Security Council: Why it must be on the US-Africa Leaders Summit Agenda
- Convocation on Climate and Hunger featured in Christianity Today
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