Arts Integration & Community Engagement Program Associate
Zohneseh is an undergraduate student attending the University of Maryland, College Park. She is pursuing a major in Criminology & Criminal Justice, a double major in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), and is enrolled in the Justice Legal Thought Scholars Program at the University of Maryland (UMD).
She was born and partially raised in Cameroon. In 2011, her family moved to Maryland where she continued schooling and fell in love with community service and volunteering. She graduated from Springbrook High School in 2021 as an International Baccalaureate diplomat.
She currently serves the university as a note-taker for students with disabilities and works as an office assistant in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibility. She previously worked at Solutions in Hometown Connections as a tutor for the Afghan Refugee Assistance Project, and with the American Civil Liberties Union as a legal intern.
She is passionate about collaborating with others toward growing and building our community and making significant changes that will have long-lasting effects.
She enjoys cooking, volunteering, and exploring new fields of social work and the law as she anticipates a career in the legal field.