Philip Bracey | Advocacy Intern
Phil Bracey is an Advocacy Intern at ADHRB. He recently received his MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where his research included a focus on the movement of refugees into Europe as well as the motivation and human rights-related knowledge of the international volunteers assisting in refugee camps and humanitarian relief operations in the Greek islands. He received his B.A. in Political Science and History from Rutgers University.
Navneet Gidda | Advocacy Intern
Navneet Gidda is an Advocacy Intern at ADHRB. She is currently in her final year of a political science major and philosophy minor at the University of Alberta. Focusing on media and politics, she has a deep interest in the overlap between journalism and social justice. Through her active involvement in the campus newspaper and department association, Navneet has been an avid advocate for women’s issues and fighting systematic human rights abuses. Navneet hopes working with ADHRB will give her a better understanding of the role of NGOs in tackling human rights issues.
Sydney Scribner | Advocacy Intern
Sydney Scribner is an Advocacy Intern at ADHRB. She recently received her B.A. in Diplomacy & Global Politics from Miami University (OH) with a dual concentration in the Middle East and Europe. Her research experience involves human rights, counter-terrorism efforts, infrastructural issues facing the Middle East, and electoral policy. She has also interned for the U.S. Department of State and the Human Rights Action Center (HRAC).
Alex DiBell | Advocacy Intern
Alex DiBell is an Advocacy Intern at ADHRB. He is currently pursuing B.A.s in Political Science and German at the University of Toledo. Alex’s educational concentration is on international relations, global development, and human rights. He has research experience with the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva regarding state voting patterns and sexual orientation and gender identity. With ADHRB, Alex hopes to do meaningful work protecting human rights in the Middle East.
Shardé Hoff | Legal Intern
Shardé Hoff is a legal intern at ADHRB. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in interdisciplinary studies, with a concentration in neuropsychology, at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. She is a rising 2L at Howard University School of Law. Ms. Hoff’s passion for defending the rights of others is what brought her to ADHRB. Her legal experience at ADHRB is intended to prepare her for her future career as a civil rights lawyer in the D.C. metro area.