Past Contributors

Nikki Lohr ’17 was the History Department intern for the ’16-17 academic year and curated the Migration, Exile, Refuge: Stories from the Hudson Valley exhibition

Camilla Cunningham ’18 joined the initiative in early 2016 as the research coordinator for Vassar Refugee Solidarity and then the student leader in Fall ’16.

Shira Goldmann ’17 served as the liaison between Vassar and the broader community, particularly with faith-based organizations, as the Community Outreach Coordinator for Vassar Refugee Solidarity during Fall ’16.

Christina Yang ’17 was the events and fundraising coordinator for Vassar Refugee Solidarity for the ’16-17 academic year.

Julia Albertson ’18 joined the initiative in early 2016 and researched available scholarship, internship and volunteer opportunities for the ’15-16 academic year.

Joseph DeGrand ’17 was the co-chair for archiving oral histories for the ’16-17 academic year.

Zoe Wulff ‘19 was the co-chair for archiving oral histories for the ’16-17 academic year.

Jakob Eckstein ’18 was a member for the archiving oral histories team for the ’16-17 academic year.

Reilly Hay ’18 was part of the resettlement team and especially helped its furniture collection and distribution efforts during the ’16-17 academic year.

Nicholai Babis ’19 conducted research for the Consortium on Forced Migration, Displacement and Education during Spring ’17.

Dea Oviedo ’20 was part of the events and coordinating sub-committee during the ’16-17 academic year.

Annie MacMillan ’19 took charge of this website during Fall ’16.

Ashley LaMere ’18, together with Lily Berman, took lead in fostering cooperation with local agencies and organizations and helped in the initial stages of the resettlement efforts.

Lily Berman ’19, together with Ashley LaMere, took lead in fostering cooperation with local agencies and organizations and helped in the initial stages of the resettlement efforts.

Gaven Eier ’18 explored whether it would be possible to get scholars who are forcibly displaced to Vassar specifically through the language fellow program.