“I view this fellowship as an unparalleled opportunity to deepen and broaden the ethical toolkit that I will draw upon throughout my career,” said Graham, currently a third-year law student at NYU.
A native of Moab, Graham attended Grand County High School, earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and philosophy at Westminster College and a master’s degree in international affairs at the University of Utah. She has worked with U.N. Refugee Agency in Amman, Jordan, the Global Justice Center in New York and the Department of Justice’s National Security Division in Washington, D.C.
While serving at the Department of Justice, Graham focused on counter-terrorism, foreign interference and violent extremism. Following law school, Graham plans to work with a human rights organization in Lebanon.