WCAPS Staff

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Sabrina Curtis

WCAPS Fellow

Sabrina is a Ph.D. candidate at George Washington University. Her research interests are equal access to education for women and girls, global human rights education, practitioner bias, and culturally responsive curricula and pedagogy. She is an experienced professional with a range of skills developed in the government, legal, and education sectors. 

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Blessing Ikpa is the WCAPS Online Content Strategist. She is also a WCAPS Young Ambassador. Blessing currently works as the DoD Safe Helpline Communications Liaison at RAINN. Blessing has an M.A. in Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs from American University and a B.A. in Criminology-Sociology from the University of Oklahoma. She’s also involved in various volunteer work around the DC area that focuses on social justice and international relations.

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Neghena Hamidi

WCAPS Intern

In addition to working as a WCAPS Intern, Neghena is a Program Officer at Read to Lead Afghanistan, a Kabul based NGO aimed to improve the literacy of children in Afghanistan. She is also heavily involved in faith-based organizations and communities in New York City in promoting peace and tolerance. 

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Matthew Jenifer

WCAPS Digital Media Specialist

Matthew is an independent editor/media manager providing services in video editing, audio editing, web design, and social media. He is the founding engineer of Brown Buddha, with interests and experience in education, performance arts, film, and writing.