Georgi Vogel Rosen lives outside of Boston in Brookline, Massachusetts. After nearly a decade of working in applied research for political campaigns and non-profit organizations, she now is a candidate for a juris doctor at the Northeastern University School of Law, with an interest in pursuing a career in civil rights and anti-discrimination law. She also holds degrees from Smith College and the George Washington University School of Political Management. Georgi is a member of the core planning team for the Muslim Jewish Conference, a volunteer-run organization based in Europe that brings together young adults from around the world for interfaith dialogue and coalition building. Georgi is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston; the Town of Brookline (MA) Human Relations Commission; the Civil Rights Committee for the ADL New England region; the Interreligious Affairs Commission for the American Jewish Committee (AJC); and the board of AJC ACCESS Boston.