Madeline Lohman is a Program Associate in the Education Program at The Advocates for Human Rights, where she oversees community and school-based education related to U.S. immigration. She is also the co-author of a training on using human rights to advance social justice in the United States. Ms. Lohman received her Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School, with a focus on international human rights law and Latin America, and her B.A. in British history and literature from Harvard. Prior to joining The Advocates, Ms. Lohman worked at a variety of nonprofits, including Freedom House in Washington D.C., International Relief Teams, Human Rights Education Associates, and PACT Bolivia.