Nastya Mozolevych

Program Assistant

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Nastya Mozolevych (she/her) is a Program Assistant for the Scholars at Risk Advocacy Seminars. She is a student double majoring in Sociology and International Relations. She is from Ukraine (not from “the” Ukraine 🙂 ) and has also previously lived in Kazakhstan. She is passionate about social justice and applying an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens. She initially connected with ORICE in September 2020 and was involved with the Collective for Gender+in Research Engagementship: Designing a Guide for Data Justice in Community-Based Data Collection Projects. She really enjoyed taking part in the engagementship and liked the caring work culture at ORICE, so she continues to work here. She enjoys spending time with friends, dancing, painting, and walking at the beach.


Nastya Mozolevych

Program Assistant
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Nastya Mozolevych (she/her) is a Program Assistant for the Scholars at Risk Advocacy Seminars. She is a student double majoring in Sociology and International Relations. She is from Ukraine (not from “the” Ukraine :) ) and has also previously lived in Kazakhstan. She is passionate about social justice and applying an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens. She initially connected with ORICE in September 2020 and was involved with the Collective for Gender+in Research Engagementship: Designing a Guide for Data Justice in Community-Based Data Collection Projects. She really enjoyed taking part in the engagementship and liked the caring work culture at ORICE, so she continues to work here. She enjoys spending time with friends, dancing, painting, and walking at the beach.

Nastya Mozolevych

Program Assistant
email

Nastya Mozolevych (she/her) is a Program Assistant for the Scholars at Risk Advocacy Seminars. She is a student double majoring in Sociology and International Relations. She is from Ukraine (not from “the” Ukraine :) ) and has also previously lived in Kazakhstan. She is passionate about social justice and applying an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens. She initially connected with ORICE in September 2020 and was involved with the Collective for Gender+in Research Engagementship: Designing a Guide for Data Justice in Community-Based Data Collection Projects. She really enjoyed taking part in the engagementship and liked the caring work culture at ORICE, so she continues to work here. She enjoys spending time with friends, dancing, painting, and walking at the beach.