Adam Ropizar, PRESIDENT
GRADUATE STUDENT COUNCIL – School of International Service
Adam Ropizar (he | they) is a human rights activist and researcher. They are completing their master’s degree in Ethics, Peace, and Human Rights at the School of International Service (SIS) while serving as the President of the Graduate Student Council. Adam is a Senior Fellow & recipient of the “Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory” research grant with Humanity in Action. Their research focus is the ethics of international human rights regimes & the impacts of communal collective memory. In their second semester at SIS, they were awarded the Charles O. and Margaret Lerche Travel Award to support their research in Haiti surrounding the present-day ramifications of the Duvalier Regime and the impacts upon differing social groups. Adam currently works with Maven Leadership Collective, serving as their Research & Logistics Lead. They are also the Founder & Executive Director of Evolve Campus, a 501(c)(3) social impact organization based in Florida working to radically redefine what sexual violence prevention curriculum looks like to be more inclusive of queer & trans students.