Ally Schultz ’20 is a Political Science major from Allentown, Pennsylvania. She has minors in Gender Studies and Peace/Justice Studies.
Prior to becoming an Eisenhower Institute Undergraduate fellow, she participated in Inside The Middle East. She also serves as an office assistant for the Institute.
On campus, Ally serves on both the Student Life Committee and Student Conduct Review Board. She has been involved with Residential Life as a member of the First Year Reading Committee, Hillel House Leader, and an Orientation Leader. In the fall of 2019, Ally moderated the “Women's Rights Under Attack” discussion, which included panelists from the Women's Law Project.
In the spring of 2019, Ally studied conflict resolution and the former Yugoslav countries in Belgrade, Serbia. While there, she interned at ATINA, a Belgrade based anti-human trafficking NGO. She has worked as an assistant for Muhlenberg College's Conference and Event Services Office for the past three summers.
Although she has a multitude of career interests, upon graduation Ally will pursue a lifelong commitment to fighting for human rights and a better future.