Name: Hana Al-Henaid
Recipient Year: 2015
Bio: Hana Al-Henaid attends Harvard Law School. She is interested in international and public interest law specifically rooted in gender and racial analyses of oppression. In 2014, she graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and a concentration in Public Service. Her honors thesis investigated resources available for survivors of gender-based violence in Libya since the 2011 revolution. Hana dedicated a significant part of her undergraduate career to developing her passion for advocacy and interfaith dialogue. She served as President of Stanford’s Muslim Student Awareness Network and was part of a coalition of students who campaigned to create Stanford’s first new resource center in nearly two decades, The Markaz: Resource Center for Engagement with the Cultures and Peoples of the Muslim World.
School Name: Harvard Law School
Sponsor: National Muslim Law Students Association (NMLSA) Scholarship
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