Christina Ennis will graduate with a J.D. and a Special Certificate in International Law from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in May 2021. She has focused her academic career on international human rights as exemplified by her role as a Delegate and Board Member of the Hastings-to-Haiti Partnership for the past two years. In her Summer 2020 position as a Law Fellow with Accountability Counsel, Christina worked to support global communities negatively impacted by development projects and international finance institutions. Prior to this role, her work included proposal development and implementation of USAID-funded rule of law and access to justice projects for Tetra Tech DPK, a sustainable international development organization. Christina hopes to use her law degree to protect human rights by emphasizing sustainable international development and government/IFI accountability.