Tutor profile: Lina K.
Stanford University Alum
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Lina is a recent graduate from Stanford University studying Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity and minoring in Human Rights. She is passionate about helping others with their work and takes pride in being a grammar nerd (she's a big fan of the Oxford comma!). She is planning to attend law school in the next few years in order to become a human rights lawyer.
While I do not have direct teaching experience, I have lots of experience editing writing, explaining complex ideas to others, and explaining concepts through multi-faceted approaches and examples. During my time at Stanford, I have edited countless essays for friends and have lots of experience conveying new topics and ideas, specifically regarding my major (which is relatively unique). I also have experience working at Teach for America and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where I helped work on programs for teachers and students and...
2016 - 2021
Stanford University, Queer Student Resoures Program Coordinator
2020 - Present
Created events and programming for queer Muslim students at Stanford in a supportive community in the context of spirituality and social justice.
Opening Doors, Refugee Resettlement and Survivors of Trafficking Intern
2020 - 2020
Worked to situate refugee clients and survivors of trafficking to begin their lives in the U.S., compiled a reference document over 100 pages of healthcare providers in the Sacramento area, and helped create and edit documents for relevant governmental agencies.
Stanford University, Markaz Resource Center Program Coordinator
2017 - 2020
Conceived of, coordinated, and executed small- and large-scale events that facilitate difficult conversations about issues surrounding the Muslim community, including events with 150+ attendees
Teach for America, Operations Associate
2019 - 2019
Initiated and executed events for over 400 teachers to help work towards educational equity and innovated systems of communication for effective information distribution.
Rebuilding Alliance, Board Member
2018 - 2019
Participated in management oversight and deliberations as the youngest member of the board of directors.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Civic Engagement Intern
2018 - 2018
Worked with teaching artists to plan elementary school classes for disadvantaged schools and created and promoted a collaborative art show between non-profit organizations at YBCA to effectively implement social justice through art.
Rebuilding Alliance, Intern
2012 - 2016
Wrote grant proposals, fundraised, and created and facilitated events in order to establish a music center for children in a war-torn area. Single-handedly raised over $25,000 by reaching out to individuals and organizations, organizing and performing in a benefit concert, and speaking at events.
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