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LDB Welcomes Intern Kailee Jordan

September 15, 2016

 

Washington DC - The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights under Law (LDB) is pleased to welcome their newest member, Kailee Jordan, who will be joining the LDB team as a Communications and Development Intern. LDB is a national non-profit, civil rights legal advocacy organization, best known for its work fighting anti-Semitism in higher education.

Kailee graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from San Francisco State University. She completed part of her undergraduate degree studying abroad in Israel for a year. Part of Kailee’s work at San Francisco State included serving as a fellow with CAMERA, [The Center of Accuracy for Middle East Reporting in America] where she was a media activist for bias against Israel as well as a visible activist on campus. Kailee has written articles pertaining to anti-Israel activity on campus.

LDB President Kenneth L. Marcus welcomed Kailee, commenting, “we look forward to her contributions and passion for our work and are honored Kailee is here to be a part of our battle against anti-Semitism and various other instances of injustice. Kailee’s addition brings a wide range of unique experiences and skills to the organization and will assist LDB as it continues its mission to combat campus anti- Semitism.”

Kailee joins fellow interns Michelle Yabes, who has been with LDB since Fall 2015, and Daniela Hovsha, was has been with LDB since July 2015.
   


 
 
 
 
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