Currently an Fulbright ETA in Dnipro, Ukraine. Graduated from Seton Hall University, where Cynthia studied International Relations & Modern Languages. She has worked abroad in Nerekhta, Russia and participated as the United States Delegate to the 2015 G(irls)20 conference in Sydney, Australia. Cynthia has also studied in Lublin, Poland and in Freiburg, Germany. She has worked at the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: PeaceWomen and BRAC. In addition to being an Fulbright ETA in Ukraine, she is working as the Regional Lead for Europe at Girl Up of the United Nations Foundation.

  1. Politics
    Does International Women’s Day Deserve to be an Official Ukrainian Holiday?

    8th March, for most in the world, marks an average day.  International Women’s Day (IWD) is often acknowledged but not truly…

  2. Politics
    The Young Women of the Ukrainian Government

    The Ukrainian Revolution of 2014, also known as the Euromaidan Revolution, induced a widespread series of changes to the sociopolitical systems…

  3. Health
    Abortion Rights in Poland: from 1959 to 2016

    In 1989, Polish women stood at a crossroads. With the fall of the Soviet Union, women were re-introduced to the concepts…

  4. Feminism
    The Women of Solidarity: How History Ignored Fifty Percent of Poland’s Solidarity Movement

    The success of Poland’s Solidarity Movement to combat and rid the nation of its communist rule is a pivotal moment…