Natalie Jesionka

 

Natalie Jesionka
Program Chair, Human Rights Program
njesionka@gmail.com

Natalie Jesionka
Natalie Jesionka is a lecturer, reporter, and human rights activist. Natalie is the founder of the Prizm Project, the first human rights education organization for young women. She has researched human trafficking, the arms trade, and women in conflict throughout Asia. She is also the founder and Editor of Shatter, the Looking Glass Magazine, a human rights and ethical travel magazine examining the complexity of moving across borders in the modern world. She lectures on women and war, gender and conflict, and human rights at Rutgers University and serves as a travel columnist for The Daily Muse. Natalie is a Fulbright Scholar and continues her research on human trafficking and media literacy in Northern Thailand.