Grace Ewing

Development Coordinator

As Development Coordinator, Grace supports grant portfolios across Human Rights First’s various programs and manages the development team’s data tracking systems.

Grace received a Master of Arts in International Affairs with a concentration in Conflict & Security from The New School. While studying at The New School, she served as a Research Fellow at the International Rescue Committee Office of the President, where she provided research support on a diversity of topics including refugee matters, armed conflicts and peacekeeping, and COVID-19 . Grace participated in The New School’s International Field Program, which led her to conduct field research in Lesvos, Greece and Belgrade, Serbia on migrant smuggling and the criminalization of humanitarian work in the context of Europe’s refugee crisis. Prior to earning her MA, she worked at the New York County Lawyers Association.

Grace graduated from Adelphi University summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minors in European Studies and French.

Grace started dancing at the age of three and can still be found in a dance studio taking classes multiple nights per week. More recently, she has taken up running and hiking.