Sarah Medina Camiscoli
Sarah Medina Camiscoli is a 3L student at Yale School of Law, and instructor in Yale College Education Studies Program. Sarah obtained a bachelor’s degree in Sociocultural Anthropology and Hispanic Studies from Columbia; she graduated cum laude, and earned “Recognition of Excellence in Anthropology.” She obtained her master’s degree in education from the CUNY Hunter School of Education, where she specialized in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages K-12. At CUNY Hunter, she earned a 4.0 GPA and was a recipient of the TESOL K-12 Research Award.
Sarah is the founder and former executive director of IntegrateNYC and a co-creator of the #StillNotEqual Campaign. IntegrateNYC is the first organization to join youth across segregated schools to design intersectional 21st solutions to segregation. Sarah is currently working to blueprint Peer Defenders. Peer Defenders is a special project of IntegrateNYC that will serve as an intergenerational movement lawyering shop to serve student leaders segregated by the court system and other oppressive legal structures. If you are interested in working to support and dream for these initiatives contact firstname.lastname@example.org.