Evelyn Whitehead is the Institute’s 2016-17 Student Fellow and a junior at Webster University – Saint Louis, where she is earning a B.S. in International Human Rights and a certificate in Paralegal Studies. She is the President of the Amnesty International Club at Webster, the Vice President of Programming for the Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, and served as a student organizer for Webster’s 2015 Annual Human Rights Conference on the Millennium Development Goals. Evelyn is currently working on a research project about how previous trials at the International Criminal Court (ICC) informed and caused procedural changes during the trial of Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžic. Before attending Webster University, Evelyn attended Ladue Horton Watkins High School in the Saint Louis area.