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Allison Aaronson

Development Intern

Global Fund for Women

HQ Phone:  (415) 248-4800

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Global Fund for Women

222 Sutter Street Suite 500

San Francisco, California,94108

United States

Company Description

Global Fund for Women is one of the world's leading foundations for gender equality, standing up for the human rights of women and girls. It campaigns for zero violence, economic and political empowerment, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Globa... more

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Employment History

Public Affairs Intern

U.S. Department of State (U.S. Mission to the EU)


Campus Section Editor

Tufts Observer Online


Media Intern

OECD


Student

Thinking Beyond Borders


Public Affairs Intern

U.S. Department of State


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Staff | Tufts Observer

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Allison Aaronson


thinkingbeyondborders.org

Below is a piece written by TBB alumna, Allison Aaronson now at Tufts University.
It's a reflection on the mentoring relationship and how important it was, and still is, for her. For me, mentoring emerging adults has been incredibly meaningful. For one, I get to be that positive mentor I so desperately needed when I stumbled through college. I feel extremely grateful as an educator to have formed deep bonds with my students that have made a lasting impact on both them and me. Being a mentor has been a constant reminder that learning is a process that requires time and patience. It has taught me to be a better listener, one with an open mind and heart. It has helped me ask better questions, to look at my own beliefs and values with discernment, to continually push myself out of my comfort zone (where so much learning happens), and it has taught me that love is an invaluable part of education. Allison Aaronson, TBB '13, Tufts University:


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