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Law & Trial Program Intern

Raffaela Alvigi

For the duration of the time Raffaela has been working with LI and IIP, Raffaela has grown so much and developed many new beneficial life skills. Raffaela is so eager to be working with students this summer to help change lives. She can not wait to hear from guest speakers and students who will make her experience that much greater.

Besides working with LI, Raffaela has been involved with many different activities at The Mary Louis Academy in New York. She was a new player on her school soccer team, as well as giving advice and tours to incoming freshman. Raffaela is also involved in various clubs. She takes part in Baking club, Italian club, and Girls Enjoy Math club. Raffaela also enjoys dance very much. She takes four hour classes on Thursdays and teaches two classes on Fridays. Raffaela plans to attend a college for undergraduates and then move on to law school where she can pursue a career in criminal justice.

Raffaela was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives in the summer of 2021, when she joined as an intern for the Advanced Law and Trial Internship. In the fall of 2021 Raffaela started as a classmate for the International Internship Program. Raffaela was able to work throughout the school year raising money and awareness for the people in Bauchi, Nigeria.

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Through attending LI programs and working with LI's staff, Gisela has come to admire and share the outgoing enthusiasm of the LI community towards reaching their humanitarian goals and teaching their brilliant Interns! She can't wait to get to know all of you and be part of creating a fun and enlightening learning environment.

Alongside her work in LI, Gisela is a Sophomore at Walter Johnson High School where she actively participates in clubs such as the Black Student Union and Minority Scholars Program. She is also an active member of The Montgomery County First Aid Unit. There, she holds roles as both an Instructor and Officer. Gisela was awarded the 2021 Citizenship Award by her teachers and continues to be an Honor Roll student at her school. Gisela has also volunteered with non-profits such as Open Door Sports where she enjoyed her supportive role of being a Buddy to enthusiastic kids!

Gisela began working with Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the summer of 2021. She began by participating in the Advanced Public Health Program. She then went on to become a Team Lead and is currently an Intern of LI staff.

Jumpstart Program Intern

Gisela Attah Hayford

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National Security & Jumpstart Program Intern

Isabella Avila

This summer, Isabella is excited to aid middle schoolers in the exploration of their options in various fields, while making a tangible impact on the lives of people in need. She is also excited to be learning more about what it takes to keep institutions, countries, and people safe and guiding her team in creating solutions to help a vulnerable community.

Along with her work with Leadership Initiatives, Isabella has been Involved In many activities at her high school, the Willows Academy in Chicago, Illinois. She Is a co-founder and vice president of the STEM club as well as the Debate club. She won the award of all-conference runner for cross country this fall and Is a varsity starter in both basketball and soccer. In addition, she is a volunteer counselor for various elementary and middle school-aged girls' clubs and camps in her area. As she enters her senior year in high school she is looking to explore computer science and business as her possible focuses for her college years.

Isabella first began at Leadership Initiatives in the summer of 2020 as a student for the International Business Internship Summit. She then joined with her schoolmates to create the first IIP team in her school, and she took on the role of Nigerian Partnership Chair which she continues today. In the summer of 2021, she participated in the National Security Internship Summit. She is now taking on a new role as a Team Lead in the National Security Program and the Jumpstart Middle School program.

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National Security Program Intern

Maziar Beiramee

Maziar is thrilled about the National National Intelligence & Security Summit this summer because he is eager to work with other students, learn from returning and new speakers, and impact the lives of people in need.

In conjunction with his work at LI, has also been involved in various activities at Saint Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland. He has been a member of his high school's varsity soccer team for three years, the Co-President of the Middle Eastern Students Association, and a dedicated student who takes Honors and Advanced Placement classes as well.

Maziar Beiramee was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the fall of 2020 when he joined a classmate's team for the International Internship Program (IIP). The following year, he attended the National National Intelligence & Security Summit in the summer, returned as a team member in the International Internship Program in the fall of 2021, and has worked as a Security Program Development Intern.


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Neuroscience & Public Health Program Intern

Haarika Bondalapati

Haarika is excited to be a team lead at LI's in-person Advanced Medical and Public Health program this summer. Since this is Haarika's first year in person, she is excited about the new experience and meeting new people. Haarika hopes to learn new things about herself and the medical field as she takes on a new and exciting leadership role and hears from different guest speakers.

Outside of Leadership Initiatives, Haarika is the co-president of the Unicef Club at her school and is also a Varsity Track and Field athlete competing in the events shot put and discus. Haarika is also a member of her school's Spanish National Honors Society and would like to complete a minor in Spanish in college. Haarika also takes voice and piano lessons and has been singing for over 11 years and playing the piano for over 6 years. In her free time, Haarika likes to spend time with her friends and family and exercise frequently. Currently, Haarika is planning on majoring in Biology with 2 minors in Plant, Cellular, and Molecular Biology as well as Spanish at Ohio State University.

Haarika Bondalapati has been involved with LI for 2 years, starting with participating in LI's Advanced Medical and Public Health Online program in 2020. The following year Haarika participated in the year-round International Public Health program as a co-team lead. In the summer of 2021, Haarika participated in the Advanced Medical and Neuroscience Online summer program. Currently, Haarika is the Nigerian Partnership Chair for her team and is an LI Intern.

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Law & Trial Program Intern

Nadia Brittain

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Neuroscience & Public Health Program Intern

Christina Colwell

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National Security Program Intern

Alia Daniel

Alia is excited to attend the International leadership and Business Internship because she loves working with other people. She is excited to work with others to devise a business plan to present to others. She is also excited to attend the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Summit to learn skills that can potentially save lives in the future. She can not wait to work with the LI team and learn so many new things!

In conjunction with her work with LI, Alia is a student ambassador for the Academy of Finance and International Business at Morris County School of Technology. She is also treasurer for a youth-led nonprofit organization called Healthy Right. In this organization, she works to spread mental health awareness across her community. In addition, She is also Historian for the North Jersey Chapter of Cancer Kids First where she spreads cancer awareness across her community. She plans on majoring in finance in the future.

Alia was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the fall of 2019 when she joined her sister's team for the International Internship Program (IIP) as the Media Chair. The following year, she became the Team Lead and has remained in that role. In addition, Alia is attending both the International leadership and Business Internship and the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Summit in the summer of 2022.


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Public Health Program Intern

Jachin Ejim

Throughout the time that Jachin has spent at the summits and been a part of IIP, LI has allowed Jachin to pursue his passion in the field of medicine and also to realize his passion for helping people and communities in need. He is elated to meet and work with each of you and witness LI transform your lives, as well!

In addition to his work with LI, Jachin has also been an active member of his high school community. He attends Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, where he is a member of his high school's varsity soccer team and vestry, as well as a writing tutor. Jachin is a rising senior, taking a plethora of advanced courses. In his junior year, he was inducted into the prestigious Cum Laude Society in recognition of his academic excellence.

Jachin was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the summer of 2021, when he attended the Advanced Medicine and Public Health Summit. Afterward, he participated in the year-long International Internship Program (IIP) for public health before attending the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Summit in the summer of 2022. This year is Jachin's first year as a team lead.

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Law & Trial Program Intern

Zoe Forouzanfar

Through the programs she's participated in at LI, Zoe has been inspired to learn more about the world around her and actively work to support her communities locally and globally. She is thrilled to share her experiences with new students and guide them through their own journeys!

Zoe will be a senior at Interlake High School in Bellevue, Washington. She has participated in numerous clubs throughout her high school years, including debate, podcast, and Junior State of America (JSA). In addition, Zoe has volunteered with the Red Cross and established a club branch within her school. Academically, Zoe was a member of the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, during which she wrote numerous essays relating to topics in history, philosophy, and physics.

Zoe first joined Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the summer of 2021 when she participated in Leadership Initiatives' Trial and Advocacy Law program. Her experience inspired her to lead a team for the International Internship Program (IIP) the following year, where her team worked on an education campaign. At the same time, she worked with another team on the medical campaign aspect of IIP.

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National Security Program Intern

Olivia Franse

Olivia is looking forward to hearing this year's conference speakers and learning more about counterintelligence. She is excited to work with this year's interns as they develop creative counterterrorism solutions.

Olivia is currently majoring in Homeland Security and minoring in Emergency Management at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. She has earned nine FEMA certifications from the Department of Homeland Security, is a member of the National Security Student Association, regularly volunteers with Teen Court, and participated in the 2022 crash simulation during the Daytona Beach Airport Full-Scale Triennial Exercise.

Olivia is currently majoring in Homeland Security and minoring in Emergency Management at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida. She has earned nine FEMA certifications from the Department of Homeland Security, is a member of the National Security Student Association, regularly volunteers with Teen Court, and participated in the 2022 crash simulation during the Daytona Beach Airport Full-Scale Triennial Exercise.

Olivia was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives (LI) in 2021, during her senior year in high school through her affiliation with the Teen Court program in the state of Florida. Serving as an intern during the National Security and Intelligence online conference, she learned and applied counterterrorism and counterintelligence strategies to create an approved security and emergency management plan to protect students at Yobe State University in Nigeria from Boko Haram. As a freshman in college, Olivia has served as an intern doing data analysis and working to help plan summer LI conferences. Today, as a rising college sophomore, Olivia will act as a team lead for the 2022 National Security and Intelligence Program, assisting other interns as they explore new security solutions and strategies.

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Public Health Program Intern

Nishi Gandra

Nishi is excited to meet several future medical professionals and to be surrounded by all of the interns also striving to help vulnerable populations. She looks forward to furthering her current knowledge and sharing her own ideas by listening & discussing with renowned speakers and bright students alike!

Nishi will be a senior at William Mason High School and is an active member of HOSA, National Honors Society, and SIBS (Students Involving and Befriending Students). In HOSA, Nishi has competed in Forensics Science and made it to the International level hosted at Disney World. She has received the Principal's Award and has been recognized with Highest Honors among numerous other academic accolades. Nishi has been a tennis player for 11 years and hopes to play college tennis in the future.

Nishi was first introduced to Leadership Initiatives when she attended two summer development programs in the summer of 2021: the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Internship and the Advanced Medical & Public Health Internship. The following fall, she made and co-led her own team for the International Public Health Internship, focusing on improving Women's Health in Nigeria. She is also now an intern at LI and has helped with both the Medical Program development and the Leadership Initiatives website development.


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Operations Intern

Grace Gialde

Grace is elated to have the opportunity to work on the Operations Team this summer! She looks forward to improving her leadership, organizational, and communication skills. Additionally, she excited to learn from the speakers, students, and her peers!

Grace attends Liberty High School in Liberty, Missouri, and will be entering her senior year this fall. She is a member of Student Council, National Honor Society, Key Club, Young Democrats, LINK, Mock Trial, Model UN, and Spanish Honor Society. Additionally, she served as Class President her sophomore year. In her junior year, the Liberty Education Foundation awarded Grace with a HOPE (Honoring Outstanding Personal Excellence) Award in Community Service. After high school, she aspires to attend university in Washington DC and become a Constitutional Lawyer working in Government.

Grace first attended a Leadership Initiatives Program virtually in the summer of 2021, participating in the Advanced Law & Trial Internship: Tier I. She has continued to work closely with LI as a Team Lead in the International Law & Advocacy Internship Program and as an Intern in the LI Staff Internship Program. In addition to working as a staff member this summer, she will also be attending the Advanced Law & Trial Internship: Tier II!

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Public Health Program Intern

Tejasvi Hariharan

Leadership initiatives have instilled a sense of motivation within Tejasvi to create positive change and support underrepresented communities in our world facing crucial disparities. She is beyond excited to support all of you in every way possible to make this an amazing experience for you!

Tejasvi was the lead speech captain of her high school's Speech and Debate team, and reached the octo-finals in the 2021 Tournament of Champions for original oratory, and qualified for NIETOC 2021. She is also the founder and executive director of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization SHE: Sustainable Heard Empowered, which strives to eliminate menstrual poverty in our society. Outside of the classroom setting, Tejasvi has been training in Carnatic music for the past thirteen years and is a harmonium instrumentalist.

Tejasvi Hariharan, a rising freshman in the American University, joined Leadership Initiatives in the fall of 2020 as the International Internship Program(IIP) under the Law and Advocacy branch. Through this, she and her team partner combatted the sexual abuse of women and children in Nigeria and Bauchi, along with conducting a baseline survey that was sent to the UN HRC for review. Following this, Tejasvi attended the Medical Neuroscience internship partnered with Georgetown and Coburg University, Law and Trial internship under the Law Office of Rebecca Bloch, and Public Health internship partnered with Nagari Medical Clinic the summer of 2021.

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Law & Trial Program Intern

Rohan Jain

Rohan is thrilled at the opportunity to work with students this summer and go through this transformative experience in person! Rohan loves to learn about law and society from guest speakers and apply that knowledge towards the advocacy project, a pitch that can literally inspire widespread change to benefit countless lives.

In conjunction with his work with LI, Rohan has also been involved in many extracurriculars as a senior at Culver City High School in Los Angeles, California. As the salutatorian for his class, Rohan has immersed himself in academics. After self-studying AP Calculus BC because his high school doesn't offer the course, Rohan has created a curriculum to teach other interested peers so they have support while preparing for the AP test. He also works at the local Mathnasium, tutoring kids of all ages in various math subjects. Rohan is hoping to pursue a career in law, which is why he has been an active participant in his school's Mock Trial club as President and has engaged in internships with the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office.

Rohan started working with Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the summer of 2021 when he signed up for the Advanced Law and Advocacy Tier I program through his Mock Trial club. He then continued his work with LI as a Team Lead for the International Internship Program with Nigeria, an ongoing endeavor to raise awareness about gender-based violence in Nigeria. This year, Rohan has also been a staff intern with LI, collecting vital data for growth and developing new infrastructure for the organization.

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Public Health Program Intern

Rishika Jeyaprakash

Through her time with LI, Rishika has had eye-opening experiences that have allowed her to dive deep into her passions and pursue her interests. She strives to learn and spread this knowledge as well. Rishika can’t wait to transform your lives this summer.

Rishika is a rising junior at William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio. Along with her work at LI, Rishika is involved in several activities. She is the founder and CEO of a 501c3 nonprofit organization called Little Helpers, whose motto is to spread kindness and inspire kids to do so as well. So far, she has raised over $18,500 and received numerous accolades for her service. She is also a board member of Cincinnati’s Asian Youth Alliance. Rishika competes for her school’s HOSA team and placed second at state in 2022. She is a Science Olympiad competitor and also part of her school's National Honors Society. In the future, Rishika aspires to practice space medicine.

Rishika first became a part of Leadership Initiatives in the summer of 2021, when she attended the Advanced Medicine and Public Health Summit. She is now an intern and team lead at LI and will be working as a medical program team lead this summer. She will also be attending the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Summit in the summer of 2022.


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Public Health Program Intern

Leah Kabuto

Leah is looking forward to being a part of this program and working with each and every one of you to transform lives this summer!

During her time at Clarksburg High School in Clarksburg, Maryland, Leah has been a member of the Mental Health Awareness Club and has volunteered with organizations such as NAMI and Habitat for Humanity in an effort to give back to her community. Leah will be a Freshman at Howard University this fall, where she will be majoring in Psychology and minoring in Biology as she pursues the Pre-Med track.

Leah began working with Leadership Initiatives during the summer of 2021, when she took part in the Advanced Medical and Public Health Internship Program. She got to learn from and work with different experts in the medical field. This experience pushed her to join the International Internship Program (IIP) as a team lead later that year.

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Public Health Program Intern

Kyubin Kim

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Neuroscience & Public Health Program Intern

Kushal Kothapalli

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Public Health Program Intern

Jamie Lee

Jamie is so excited to meet and collaborate with students who have a passion and curiosity for the medical field. She hopes to reflect all that she has learned and absorbed from her summer programs as a student intern, back to the students at this year's program.

Jamie is in her 6th year at the Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA), where she studies the flute. She's been accepted into the Southern California honor ensembles for five consecutive years, and is an award winner at various competitions including SYMF and MACOC. At her high school, she founded and serves as the Co-President of the UNICEF chapter, and is the Feature/News Editor for the school newspaper. Jamie was also recognized as the local honoree of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for her organization, STEAMworks. After high school, she hopes to study Human Biology, Health, and Society and pursue medicine.

Jamie began with Leadership Initiatives in the summer of 2021, as a participant in the Advanced Medical and Public Health Summit. Following this program, she joined the International Internship Program as a Co-Team Lead. In addition to being a staff member at this summer's program, Jamie will also be attending the Advanced Medical Neuroscience summit as a participant.


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Public Health Program Intern

Seung Myoung Lee

Seungmyoung is beyond excited to help change the lives of many this summer and to create an exceptionally transformative experience like the one she had last year.

Seungmyoung was born in South Korea and moved to Toronto, Canada in 2019. She attends Branksome Hall, an all-girls IB world school, where she serves as the Diversity Council Student Life Representative, incoming Student Government Prefect, and the head of the Branksome HOSA Chapter and Chamber Strings where she plays the 1st violin. Her biggest inspirations come from exploring the intersections between Neuroscience, Psychology, and Pediatric Health. She has been conducting research on CRISPR and Pediatric Neuroimaging through the mentorship of professors from Brown and Harvard University. Last year, Seungmyoung won 1st place in the research proposal category at the International Scholars' Conference for Youths by submitting her work on the relationship between affective neural activity, restricted interests, and late diagnosis of autism in girls which she first developed during her LI Neuroscience Summer Internship. Leah will be a Freshman at Howard University this fall, where she will be majoring in Psychology and minoring in Biology as she pursues the Pre-Med track.

Seungmyoung's journey with Leadership Initiatives started the summer after her sophomore year when she was introduced to the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Internship and the Advanced Medical Public Health Internship by HOSA Canada through their scholarship opportunity. After having a spectacular time at her two summer internships, she started working with the International Public Health Internship Program (IIP) and has been working as a staff intern for Neuroscience and Medical programs since the start of her junior year. Seungmyoung actively contributes to the development of resources and materials such as field trip guides for the Medical and Neuro programs, hands-on Neuroscience activity plans, reflection activities, and much more!

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Public Health Program Intern

Sai Rishik Lingam

LI has opened up opportunities for real-world medical experiences for Rishik, and he is excited for more in-person LI experiences. He can't wait to meet everyone and create change through LI together!

Sai Rishik Lingam is a sophomore at Dublin Jerome High School. He is a hardworking academic student that loves to challenge himself with multiple Honors and Advanced Placement classes. Rishik enjoys doing Model UN and playing tennis. At school, he is the treasurer of the Speech and Debate team and the secretary of the Math club. He is also a competitive HOSA member, qualifying and placing in the International Leadership Conference. Rishik explores innovation through FTC robotics and teaches martial arts as a black belt. During his free time, he likes to play chess and the piano.

Rishik began working with Leadership Initiatives in 2021 during his sophomore year in high school. He has been the team lead for an IIP team for a year, developing a community workshop to prevent disease in Nigeria. Lastly, Rishik attended both the Advanced Medicine and Public Health Summit and the Advanced Medical Neuroscience Summit in the summer of 2021, and has worked as a Medical Program Development Intern ever since.

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Business Program Intern

Rushien Maghsoud

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Law & Trial Program Intern

Anora Mahin

Anora looks forward to meeting interns who share the same enthusiasm and passion for law as she does. LI encourages an awareness of the world and an interest in its people, and this mentality can change lives. Anora is excited to work with you in doing just that.

Anora finished her senior year at the Storm King School in June. While there, she was heavily involved in the school environment as Student Body President and council member for three years, captain of her lacrosse and Model UN teams for two, and founder and leader of the Peer Mentorship program for one. In addition to her work as a mentor and trained Peer Listener, Anora also joined non-profit organization Dear Asian Youth the summer before her senior year as a co-manager of the Prism department, which emphasizes visibility of and advocacy for Asian youth of all identities.

Anora had her first experience with Leadership Initiatives (LI) in the summer of 2021, where she participated virtually in the Tier I Advanced Law & Trial Internship. In the fall of the same year, she joined the International Internship Program (IIP) as a Team Lead. Since then, she has worked as a Law & Trial Development Intern since January 2022.