Zoe Weinberg is a student at Yale Law School. During summer 2017, she worked in Iraq on the emergency humanitarian response for Mosul during the counter-ISIL operation. Prior to graduate school, she worked on the Hillary for America campaign, serving as the assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer. Previously she worked at the International Finance Corporation at the World Bank, based in Washington, D.C. and Nairobi. She worked on projects in over a dozen countries, including Somalia, South Sudan, Rwanda, and Liberia. Prior to IFC, she worked in Goldman Sachs’s alternative investments group in New York. In May 2013, Zoe graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in Social Studies. At Yale Law School, she is a student director of the Center for Global Legal Challenges, an Associate Fellow of the Greenberg World Fellows Program, a member of the Rule of Law Clinic, and a board member of the National Security Group. She is also pursuing an MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business.