Eliza Spinna is a junior Philosophy major in Hopper College. She is interested in theories of justice and forgiveness, and her work experience is primarily in prison education and criminal justice. Eliza is a Dwight Hall Urban Fellow with the Yale Prison Education Initiative, and has interned with both the New Haven Office of the Federal Defender as a Yale Law School Arthur Liman Public Interest Fellow and with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. A proud product of the New York City public school system from K-12, Eliza attended Stuyvesant High School, where she was a competitive debater. She now coaches debate to New Haven high school students through the New Haven Urban Debate League. Eliza enjoys business and entrepreneurial pursuits, and will be interning with McKinsey & Company for part of the summer of 2022. Eliza is an art lover who enjoys giving tours of the Yale University Art Gallery and exploring the wide variety of art museums and galleries in her hometown. She is very grateful for the opportunity to join the Brady-Johnson Grand Strategy program.