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Rockefeller Leadership Fellow: Hannah Jung '15

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This ongoing series introduces the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows for the 2014-2015 academic year. The Rockefeller Leadership Fellows (RLF) program provides fellows with resources in leadership theories and practical skills. Selected their Junior Spring, these Seniors take part in the workshops, dinner discussions, and team-building exercises as they gain a better understanding of the qualities and responsibilities necessary for leaders and successful leadership styles. Throughout the program, fellows learn from the insight and experience of distinguished guests as well as from each other.

Hannah Jung '15 was born in South Korea but considers Chicago her second home, having lived in the United States half her life. She graduated Cum Laude from Lake Forest Academy in Lake Forest, IL where she served as Prefect. At Dartmouth, Jung continues to be a morning person as a creative writer and sociologist in training. She is a contributing editor for The Dartmouth Apologia, and her creative pieces have been featured in The Stonefence Review. Jung was the grant recipient of the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault’s Student Research Pilot Program, and she is trained as a Mentor Against Violence. Having returned from her English Foreign Study Program in Dublin and Dickey Center internship at a North Korean human rights NGO, Jung currently serves as an Undergraduate Advisor, RWIT Thesis Tutor, and Presidential Scholar. After college, she plans to attend law school to pursue international law and human rights advocacy.

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