Madeline Wood ’19
Albright Fellow 2018

Madeline Wood
Madeline is a Peace and Justice studies and American studies double major with focuses in grassroots organizing and citizenship studies respectively.

During the summer of 2017, Madeline provided legal assistance to immigrants throughout the Boston area with the Irish International Immigration Center on the Lumpkin Summer Service Fellowship. Over the course of the summer, she assisted with Haitian Temporary Protected Status applications, legal clinics, data entry, and affidavit support. During the Fall of 2017, she studied comparative issues in human rights in Nepal, Jordan, and Chile and worked on independent research focusing on the role of the nation-state and access to citizenship in human rights struggles. While she is at Wellesley, Madeline is a Public Speaking Tutor and member of the Student Labor Action Project. After graduation, Madeline hopes to continue her love of public interest law and community building through a career in the legal or organizing fields.