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This profile was last updated on 8/23/08  and contains information from public web pages.



Employment History


  • Masters of Philosophy , International Relations
    Oxford University
  • Oxford
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford
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The Global Economic Governance Programme | About, 23 Aug 2008 [cached]
Tess BridgemanThe Global Economic Governance Programme | About
Tess Bridgeman
Tess Bridgeman, Project Associate
Tess Bridgeman is Project Coordinator of 'Alternatives to the World Bank' at the Global Economic Governance Programme.She is currently pursuing an MPhil in International Relations as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.In 2003 Tess graduated from Stanford University with Distinction in Human Biology.A 2003 John Gardner Fellow in Public Service, Tess worked for over a year at the World Bank Inspection Panel where she conducted a review of the Panel's first 10 years of operation as an accountability mechanism established to provide recourse for people who are harmed by Bank-funded projects and to help the Bank come into compliance with its operational policies.Tess entered Stanford as a President's Scholar and a Coca-Cola Scholar, was selected as a 2002 Truman Scholar, and received several public service and academic awards at Stanford, including the Dean's Award for Academic Accomplishment.In 2000, Tess co-founded the non-profit organization Puente a la Salud Comunitaria to address community development, food security, and women's health issues in Oaxaca, Mexico.
IILJ Scholars, 18 May 2010 [cached]
Tess Bridgeman
Theresa Bridgeman
Tess received a Masters of Philosophy in International Relations in 2006 and is currently completing a D.Phil. at Oxford University where she studied for three years on a Rhodes Scholarship. Tess also worked with the Global Economic Governance Programme in Oxford as a research coordinator and was Associate Managing Editor of the Oxford International Review. Prior to attending Oxford, Tess worked at the World Bank Inspection Panel - an accountability mechanism established to conduct independent investigations when communities allege they have been harmed by Bank-funded projects. She graduated from Stanford University in 2003 with Distinction in Human Biology, an interdisciplinary program combining natural and social sciences. Tess is a 2002 Truman Scholar, received a Dean's Award for Academic Accomplishment, and is a 2003 John Gardner Fellow. In 2000, she co-founded Puente a la Salud Comunitaria, a non-profit organization that conducts community development, food security , and women's health programs in Oaxaca, Mexico. As a Root-Tilden-Kern and IILJ Scholar at NYU Law School, Tess has continued working on accountability of international institutions. She has presented findings and recommendations from her D.Phil. to U.S. Congressional staff, World Bank Executive Directors, and civil society groups, and is assisting in drafting related legislation. In Summer 2008, Tess was a law clerk for the Senate Judiciary Committee, working for the Chief Counsel on Senator Dianne Feinstein's Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology, and Homeland Security.
The Global Economic Governance Programme | About, 23 Aug 2008 [cached]
Tess BridgemanProject Associate:
Projects Funded by the Strauss Family Foundation, 10 Oct 2008 [cached]
Tess Bridgeman - Stanford Project Title: Building Bridges to Community Health in Underserved Areas - Show Summary
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Theresa Bridgeman
Tess Bridgeman entered Stanford as a President's Scholar and a Coca-Cola Scholar and was selected as a 2002 Truman Scholar.Tess has twice been a Haas Public Service Fellow, was a Latin American Studies Public Service and Research Fellow, and received numerous academic awards, including the Dean's Award for Academic Accomplishment.Tess conducted neurosurgery research at Stanford Hospital for three years and was given an award by Stanford's Class of 2003 for her "continuous dedication to merging a vision for social justice with organized action towards change."Tess�' "lifelong commitment to social justice" began in elementary school.A volunteer for Planned Parenthood since age 12, Tess received their Rising Star Award in 1999, served as president of Stanford Students for Choice from 2001-2003, and was named one of the nation's "Top 30 Under 30" leaders for reproductive rights by Choice USA.A volunteer medical interpreter in California, Tess has also done research and public health and development work in Latin America since 1998.In 2000, Tess co-founded the non-profit organization Puente a la Salud Comunitaria to address food security and women's health issues in Oaxaca.
At Stanford, Tess developed a seminar for students in international health/development and a course on "The Health and Environmental Effects of U.S. Foreign Policy."A 2003 Gardner Fellow, Tess works at the World Bank Inspection Panel.She hopes to continue working on global economic governance at Oxford.Tess has "a passion for the piano," dances "whenever possible," and enjoys playing basketball and the Brazilian martial art, capoeira.
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