Dominique Cagliuso (she/her) is a 2020 Honors Graduate from Marymount Manhattan College where she double majored in International Studies and Politics/Human Rights and minored in Law and Ethics. Dominique was heavily involved on campus through various clubs and organizations such as Senator of Student Government, Secretary of the Global Citizens Society, and President/Founder of the Bedford Hills Club in support of the women at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility working towards obtaining their degrees. She has previously worked at the International Rescue Committee, United Nations, Schmidt Futures, Davis Polk, and Simpson Thacher. While interning at the UN, Dominique sat on the NGO committee to Stop Trafficking in Persons and the committee on Migration as well as the subcommittees of Xenophobia and Social Inclusion, Migrant and Refugee Children, and Climate/Environment-Induced Displacement. She is now getting her MA in Human Rights Studies with a concentration in International Human Rights Law and is studying the languages of Italian, Arabic, and German.
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