Shaimaa Masri was a program coordinator with the Addiction and Public Policy Initiative and the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Masri has worked a variety of roles including project management, administrative operations, marketing, and mentoring for university programs. Masri values connecting people to resources and worked in Housing and Residential Operations for four years. Recently, she has worked to increase the accessibility of voter registration on college campuses by implementing voter registration tools onto university webpages.

Masri holds a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Arizona. She has an interest in international human rights law and hopes to attend law school in the future.

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