Tori Hill

Research Assistant

 

Tori Hill is a first-year Master of Arts candidate at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), concentrating in Middle East Studies and International Economics. Before coming to Johns Hopkins, Tori spent over seven years working with global non-governmental agencies, addressing issues ranging from anti-human trafficking to humanitarian aid and crisis response. Her most recent work included program management and care for refugees and displaced people in Europe during the Syrian refugee displacement, as well as paramedical aid work with displaced people in Iraq from 2016-2017. She holds a Bachelor's degree from University of Central Florida and hopes to apply her background working in the MENA region and study of economics and strategy to continuing relations between the United States and Middle Eastern nations. 

Publications and Production

 

TED Talk with Gary Haugen of International Justice Mission  


The Deep Place, International Justice Mission, winner of the People's Choice and Advocacy Webby Award 2018


Mosul Offensive Field Dispatch Reports, Frontier Alliance International Relief, November 2016-January 2017


 

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