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Co-op 1

US District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Boston

 As a legal intern for now Chief Magistrate Judge Leo T. Sorokin, Golda drafted decisions, conducted legal research and assisted with the implementation of an innovative drug court program that aims to prevent drug-use recidivism.

Activities

  • Women’s Law Caucus
  • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

Co-op 2

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Public Health Law Program, Atlanta

Golda researched and wrote an article on how governments can better prepare minority communities for public health emergencies. 

Electives

  • Employment Law
  • Racism and American Law

MPH Courses at Tufts University School of Medicine

  • Nutrition
  • Food Security and Development
  • Seminar in Health Literacy
  • Health Behavior and Health Communication
  • Global Health

Co-op 3

US Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC

Golda monitored legislative and legal developments, prepared briefing memoranda, drafted floor statements and helped assemble experts for a hearing on inadequate counsel in death penalty cases.

Co-op 4

National Women’s Law Center, Washington, DC

Golda worked to advance federal and state health care reform, including the Affordable Care Act, focusing on addressing health inequities and disparities affecting women and their families.

After graduation

  • Fellow, National Women’s Law Center, Washington, DC
  • Equal Opportunity Specialist/Investigator, US Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, Washington, DC 

Now

Federal Women’s Program Manager, National Institutes of Health. Washington, DC

Result

An effective advocate for women as they continue to break down barriers to equal opportunity.