Elizabeth is a current graduate student at the University of Denver studying International Human Rights. She is also a Research and Education intern at the Center on Rights Development, and contributes to the Marketing and Communications department of the Human Trafficking Center. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has extensive writing experience, flexibility, works well with deadlines, and has both an editorial eye and an ability to write in a spectrum of formats.
Summary of Industry Experience
As a research and education intern with the Center on Rights Development, Elizabeth wrote the following article titled, "Preventing Violence Against Transgender People."
Although unpublished, Elizabeth is also an ambitious reader and writer of prose, experimental fiction, and poetry. She is hard-working, passionate about the written word, and eager and enthusiastic to gain professional experience in this field.
Summary of Product Experience
As an intern with a non-profit organization, Elizabeth has published several article on a variety of topics relevant to human rights. For example, the following is a review of the film, He Named Me Malala: