Human Rights in East and South East Asia with a focus on Human Trafficking of Children, Refugees and Displaced populations. Community Development and Fair Trade. International Relations between China, Japan, and Korea. Intersectionality of Fair trade, Environmental Sustainability and Human Trafficking.
Other hours can be given if you cannot make those times.
You must register in advance for office hours.
After you register I will send you a Zoom link.
Assists in Website and Social Media Management
Advising Appointments, Scheduling
Brown Bag Posters
Food and Beverage Orders/Catering
Contact List, Department
*Copying Support ⇒ Click here to submit a request. (Psychology Faculty and Graduate students only.)
Key (Omnicode/Electronic/Hard Copy) & Equipment Requests. (Please schedule a time to video chat for approval in receiving Codes)
Main Office Support/Reception
*Poster Printing -> Click Here to set up a session! (Psychology students only.)
Processes all Telecommunication Requests/Telecom Admin
Purchasing (Office and General Department) Requests
Social Media Coordinator
Updates and Maintains Bulletin Boards within Department
Fellowship with Fair Trade USA and Fair Trade America for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Breanne was a student and recent graduate of George Mason University with a B.A. in Integrative Studies on East Asian Human Rights with a Minor in Social Justice. She works with Fair Trade and anti-human trafficking initiatives in the NOVA area.
Currently, she is studying to get her Graduate Certificate in Conflict Analysis and Resolution Prevention and Reconstruction Contexts.