Zoe Robbin is a graduate of Emory College with a double major in Quantitative Sciences and Arabic. At Emory, Zoe has explored the intersection between global health and culture, with an eye towards human rights. Zoe studied abroad in Morocco where she researched diabetes prevention in a rural village. Her work received the Distinguished Paper Award in Middle Eastern Studies for its consideration of social norms around disease prevention. In 2018, Zoe was named an Emory Global Health Field Scholar to research sexual harassment at a Jordanian University, as part of her senior thesis. Her research analyzed the power of tribal networks in sexual harassment sanctioning and was awarded Highest Honors for its conceptualization of power. Following the Humanity in Action Amsterdam program, Zoe will serve as an English teacher in France through the TAPIF Program. She plans to partner with members of her new community to develop her Action Project.
Updated May 2019
More from Zoe Robbin
Interfaith Coalition Dinner Series
Senior Fellows Zoe Robbin and Mariam Hassoun created the "The Interfaith Coalition Dinner Series," which brought together student leaders from Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, and Secular on-campus spiritual and religious groups to plan a dinner series.
Thank you to our 2020 US Review and Admissions Committees
As every year, Humanity in Action received many applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year. We are so grateful to the dedicated Senior Fellows and friends who volunteered their time and energy in reading and reviewing applications.
Humanity in Action Announces More Recipients of 2019 Grant Competition
Humanity in Action is pleased to share the final 4 of the 11 projects that will receive a grant for the "Addressing Antisemitism" campaign.
Health Equity and the Fight for Food Justice in Bridgeport, CT
After her 2019 Amsterdam Fellowship, Zoe Robbin learned that food equity is an under-publicized and highly impactful issue in Bridgeport.
Humanity in Action Announces the 2019 US Fellows Cohort