Profile: Natalie Jesionka

Lecturer in Sociology

Faculty
Department of Sociology and Anthropology

 

Natalie Jesionka is a lecturer, reporter, and human rights advocate. Natalie is the founder of the Prizm Projectthe 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  Editor of Shatter the Looking Glassa human rights and ethical travel publication examining the complexity of moving across borders in the modern world. Natalie is a Fulbright Scholar and serves on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International USA. She lectures on human trafficking, migration, political conflict, gender violence and human rights.

Links:

Shatter the Looking Glass

Human Trafficking the Myths and Realities

Travel Mirror Column at the Daily Muse

  • Courses Taught

    Human Rights in the Globalized World

    Human Trafficking

    Women and War

    Compartive Roles of Women