Mimi Hattoh

Graduate Assistant

Mimi Hattoh is a second-year master’s of political science candidate with a concentration in United Nations and Global Policy Studies.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers- New Brunswick, where she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Social Work and was ranked number 1 out of 6421 students. Mimi is a proud member of the Mathew Ledyt Society and currently serves as a Graduate Assistant at the Center for Youth Political Participation. During her time as an undergraduate, Mimi’s passion for community welfare led her to intern at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where she collaborated closely with medical professionals, diligently working to connect patients with crucial community resources, including housing, food assistance, employment opportunities, and mental health services.  Driven by a deep commitment to safeguarding democracy and the environment, Mimi is also a passionate advocate for women’s and girls’ rights. In the future, Mimi aspires to run for public office and ultimately focus her advocacy efforts in the areas of environmental justice and healthcare. Upon graduation, Mimi hopes to enter public service full-time and help create a more just, equitable, and compassionate society. 



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