Kiana graduated in May 2015 from The George Washington University with dual degrees in International Development and Peace Studies, and a focus on food security and human rights. While in school, Kiana interned as Communications Coordinator for Humanitas Global, an International Development firm. Kiana also worked at the Religious Action Center Social Justice conferences, which brought high school students from around the country to Washington D.C. to learn about and lobby on domestic policy issues related to immigration, housing and homelessness, poverty, and human rights. Kiana has studied in Latin America, where she conducted extensive research on the rights and access to resources of indigenous peoples. Kiana is honored and excited to be joining the Community Intake team as the AVODAH fellow. She speaks Spanish.