Elisabeth Flinsch is a social scientist by education and has professional experience in teaching, mentorship, leadership, and fundraising. Before commencing her graduate studies she completed her bachelor’s degree in Women and Gender Studies with a minor in Cultural Anthropology at Rutgers University. As an undergraduate she received the Henry Rutgers Scholar award for her senior year honors thesis on an original research project. She is interested in human trafficking, media discourse, women’s issues, and global politics. While at the Rutgers University, she worked as a Peer Academic Leader, Peer mentor, Fundraiser, ECPIP research surveyor, Grader, and an Instructional Assistant. She also completed a summer of study abroad in Germany at Kassel University.
Elisabeth is currently working as an Instructional Assistant for Rutgers University in the School of Communication and Information. She has a passion for teaching as well as a passion for research and intends to pursue a career related to these interests.
Elisabeth has been accepted into the Division of Global Affairs PhD program at Rutgers Newark for Fall 2020.