2017 – 2018 Executive Board
Shayan Edalati (2L) – Co-President
Kimberly Grano (2L) – Co-President
Kimberly, one of this year’s Co-Presidents, is a 2L from California. Between graduating from UCLA and coming to law school, she was an English teacher in South Korea. As for post-grad plans, she is interested in pursuing a career in corporate accountability litigation at a public interest law organization and adopting a dog.
Victoria Ju (2L) – Vice President of Finance
Victoria is VP Finance and a current 2L. She holds a Bachelor’s in Mathematics & Statistics from McMaster University and a Master’s in Mathematical Finance from the University of Toronto. Prior to law school, Victoria worked in portfolio and risk management in Toronto, Canada. During her 1L summer, Victoria interned at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in New York City.
Sara Oh (2L) – Vice President of Communications
Sara is a 2L from Seattle and is serving as HuB’s VP Communications. She studied Political Science and Law, Societies, and Justice at the University of Washington. Prior to law school, she worked with a refugee resettlement agency, and is interested in working in refugee law after graduation. During 1L summer she worked in Nigeria on issues of civilian protection during armed conflicts.
Kevin Patumwat (2L) – Vice President of Events
Kevin is serving as Events VP for HuB. He is a second-year student from Bangkok, Thailand. Kevin’s topics of interest include international development, comparative law and politics, and the relationship between liberal values and democracy. He studied international relations and French at UC Berkeley and spent a year at Sciences Po Paris. He then interned at Albright Stonebridge Group, an international strategic consulting firm based in Washington, DC. During his 1L summer, Kevin was at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London, United Kingdom.
Adam Savitt (3L) – Vice President of Academics
Adam Savitt is a 3L and former neuroscience researcher. He is involved in a number of organizations at the Law School related to psychology and mental health, including the Law & Behavioral Science Student Group and the Student Government Mental Health and Wellness Committee.
Marija Momic (LLM) – LLM Chair
Marija is currently pursuing an LL.M. degree at Harvard and serves as an LL.M. Chair of HuB. Prior to coming to Harvard, Marija practiced for almost two years in law firms in Belgrade, where she primarily focused on anti-trust and corporate law. In the fall of 2016, she was engaged as clinical teaching assistant at the Legal clinic on anti-discrimination at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She graduated from University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where she obtained her LL.B. degree (2015) and LL.M. in European law (2017). During her studies, she published several paper in the area of human rights and participated in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Her interest include intersection of human rights and business, international arbitration and anti-trust law.
Amanda Watson (MP2) – Harvard Kennedy School Chair
Amanda is a Master in Public Policy student at the Harvard Kennedy School, where she is focusing on sustainable development. She is interested in how businesses and international organizations can advance human rights in the context of economic development and climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts. Prior to coming to the Kennedy School, she worked on Asia programs at the National Endowment for Democracy.
Alejandro Moya Riveros (LLM c/o 2017) – Visiting Researcher Chair
Alejandro Moya Riveros is a visiting researcher for Fall 2017. He received his LL.M. from Harvard in 2017, his B.A. in Philosophy from Los Andes University (Colom.) in 2015, and his LL.B. from Los Andes University in 2012. He was a former law professor at Rosario University (Colom.), a former law clerk at Colombia’s Constitutional Court, and former legal advisor at Colombia’s Ministry of Labor. He has research, academic, and professional experience in International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law, Public Policy, and Adjudication.
Malcolm Rogge (SJD) – SJD Chair
Malcolm Rogge is an SJD candidate at Harvard Law School. He has worked at the intersection of human rights and business for over twenty years. He is currently authoring a theory of business and human rights under the supervision of Professors John Ruggie (Global Governance), Amartya Sen (Philosophy and Economics) and Robert Clark (Corporate Law and Governance).
Danica Harvey (1L) – 1L Representative
Danica Harvey (JD 2020) is HuB’s 1L Representative. She holds Bachelors degrees in Economics and Chinese from Arizona State University. Prior to law school, she spent a few years working in labor compliance in China and two years working international trade issues under the Department of Homeland Security in Washington, D.C.