Meet Our Summer Interns
This summer, DRT is welcoming four summer interns. We're so grateful for their contributions to DRT and to protecting the rights of Tennesseans with disabilities in so many ways.
Miranda Ronnow just completed her first year at the University of Alabama School of Law. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with degrees in political science and history where she developed a passion for social justice and community service. Miranda is a native of Nashville and loves spending her free time exploring the amazing music and food (particularly tacos!) that the city has to offer. She can also be found hiking or by any body of water on the weekends. Upon graduation, Miranda hopes to work in public interest law. She is excited to be at DRT this summer to advocate for people with disabilities in her home state!
Victor is a law student at Vanderbilt Law School. He received his Bachelor of Law from East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL). During his undergraduate studies in China, he worked for Legal Aid Center of ECUPLE Labor Law Department and interned at Shanghai Disabled People Federation, an independent agency responsible for protecting disability rights in Shanghai. His past work experience includes an internship at AllBright Law Offices in Shanghai. For fun, Victor likes watching musicals and cooking. He is excited to be a part of Disability Rights Tennessee this summer.
Molly is a Belmont student who is passionate about people and experiencing different cultures. After a semester abroad in Dublin, Ireland, Molly is excited to graduate in December and start a career in nonprofit communications. Originally from Ohio, she is happy to call Nashville home due to the warm weather and hot chicken. She enjoys Saturdays at the Famers Market and any opportunity to laugh with her friends.
Cameron is a Kentucky original hailing from the great city of Lexington. He did his undergraduate work at the University of Louisville majoring in psychology and criminal justice. During an internship at the court house with a community mental health center he discovered that law was his passion and moved to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt Law School. He hopes to pursue a career in public interest after graduating. In his free time Cameron enjoys hiking and camping, weekend trips to visit friends, and reading.
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