Rachel Finn works as the Enough Project’s Advocacy Associate. She recently served as a research associate with the International Center for Conciliation. Prior to this, she was a Tony Blair Faith Foundation faiths act fellow at the San Francisco Interfaith Council, mobilizing local communities around the U.N. Millennium Development Goals in interfaith settings, with a focus on a malaria-based community health project in Sierra Leone. Rachel holds a bachelor of arts in international relations from Tufts University, where she studied international security, religion, and worked on campuswide genocide-education programming. She believes deeply in our personal responsibility to end crimes against humanity and mass atrocities throughout the world.