Fellow, Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative at Stanford PACS
Nina Sun is a human rights lawyer who has worked at the global level for several years. She comes to EPLI from the Center for Reproductive Rights’ Geneva office, where she was responsible for advocacy with UN human rights mechanisms, as well as partnerships with international organizations.
A specialist in health and human rights, Nina spent several years at UNAIDS, where she worked on the Human Rights and Law portfolio at the global level and in Asia and the Pacific. Her work focused on scaling-up access to justice initiatives, reducing HIV-related stigma and discrimination and increasing effective global advocacy. She has also worked with the World Health Organization and the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. Prior to her global work, Nina worked with the National Institutes of Health, the US Department of Homeland Security and MTV Networks/Viacom.
Nina earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland and her Bachelor of Arts from New York University.