School: University of Chicago
Adam Sitte is a first year law student at the University of Chicago. He was born in Waukesha, WI in 1986 and attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison where he earned a B.A. in American History and Languages and Cultures of Asia in 2008. Since graduating, he has worked as a writer and analyst for the Gallup Center of Muslim Studies, concentrating on issues of job creation, interfaith relations and international policy. He has also worked for Just Vision, focussing on Israeli and Palestinian nonviolent peace-building. Adam has been a part of the Washington, DC Muslim community and is involved with the Muslim Public Service Network and Green Muslims among other organizations. He hopes to focus his legal studies on issues of constitutionalism.
Adam’s Message to Supporters:
I am incredibly thankful for this grant from ISF helping me to pursue a career in the legal field. It means so much to me to have the support of the Muslim community in this endeavor, and look forward to fulfilling the expectations that come with the donors’ kind generosity.
Adam is an attorney and works at U.S. Navy.