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Alexis Boyce is the International Legal Studies Program Officer. Alexis previously worked as a staff assistant to International Legal Studies and the Graduate Program at Harvard Law School and as Assistant Program Coordinator and Publications Coordinator for the Institute for African Development (IAD) at Cornell University. IAD's mandate included facilitating discussion on issues related to African development in both the academic and local community and providing tuition fellowships for graduate students from sub-Saharan Africa. Alexis holds a B.A. in English from Wells College and a M.A. in Gender and Cultural Studies from Simmons College.
Audrey Kunycky is the Communications Manager for the Graduate Program and International Legal Studies.Before joining Harvard, she worked extensively on marketing communications for law firms in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Delaware, and for two international accounting firms. Audrey holds a B.A. in American Studies from Yale University.
Sara Zucker is the Director of International Legal Studies Programs. For eight years, Sara was the Director of the Project on Justice in Times of Transition, a program that brought together individuals from a broad spectrum of countries to share experiences in ending conflict, establishing peace, and building civil society. Sara's work with political and community leaders has had a particular focus on issues of civil rights and peace in Northern Ireland, the Balkans, Israel and Palestine. She served as the Executive Director of American Friends of Ratz / Meretz (the Israeli Civil Rights and Peace Movement) and worked for organizations that include the Committee to Protect Journalists, B'Tselem (the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories), and the Israeli-Palestinian Human Rights Committee. Sara holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Brown University and an M.A. in International Affairs, with a specialization in Human Rights and International Law, from Columbia University.
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