Justine Finn studies Human Development and Psychology at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Passionate about finding solutions to today’s most urgent problems, Justine has worked for the past ten years to advance the equality of women and men, focusing on creating inclusive workplace and school cultures and developing the capacity of young people to engage in healthy relationships. Justine worked at the Tahirih Justice Center for five years, a national nonprofit organization that protects immigrant women and girls refusing to become victims of violence, and served as the Washington DC Respect Challenge campaign manager for Futures Without Violence. Justine facilitates classes, workshops and seminars across the country on gender, media representation and the prevention of sexual and relationship violence and bullying. Previously, Justine worked as a teacher at a women’s college in Nanjing, China and as a communications specialist and reporter in Chicago. Justine serves as co-chair on the Committee to Prevent Sexual Assault in Education at Harvard. Justine obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Journalism at Loyola University of Chicago.