Suzannah Phillips is the IWHR Clinical Fellow. Prior to joining CUNY, Suzannah was Legal Adviser for International Advocacy at the Center for Reproductive Rights (CRR), where her work focused on legal advocacy with the United Nations and other regional and international human rights forums to strengthen reproductive rights standards. She previously worked as a Henkin-Stoffel Human Rights Fellow at both VIVO POSITIVO, a Chilean non-governmental organization that advocates on behalf of people living with HIV, and CRR, researching discrimination against women living with HIV.
Suzannah received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a teaching assistant for the Human Rights Clinic, the Editor-in-Chief of the Spanish Jailhouse Lawyer's Manual (a publication of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review), and a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar. She was awarded the Outstanding Clinical Student award and a Certificate in Comparative and International Law. Suzannah received her B.A. in Social Anthropology from Harvard University. She is currently a member of the International Human Rights Committee at the New York City Bar Association.