Angel Ndubisi is a sophomore and aims to major in Molecular Biology. She is an avid advocate for children’s rights and hopes to contribute valuable knowledge to the political frameworks that influence our current approach to preventing child involvement in armed conflict. With her prior knowledge working with UNICEF and her work as a regional coordinator for the Red Cross, she aims to use her expertise to help protect children, a highly vulnerable population. Angel is a member of the reintegration, resilience, and prevention of re-recruitment with the United Nations Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict.
Funding provided by The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation