Nejra Kravic is a recent Scripps College graduate where she studied Media and Middle Eastern Studies. Currently, Nejra is working on nuclear-policy and disarmament issues as a Peace and Security Fellow at ReThink Media. She spent a semester in Rabat, Morocco, where she studied international journalism, new media, and human rights. Nejra won the Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics in 2021 for her essay on national belonging and identity. At Scripps she was a managing editor at the Claremont Journal of International Relations, manager at the on-campus coffeeshop, and an international student leader and mentor. She has previously interned at the United Nations Foundation, CALSTART, Morocco World News, and the Southeast European Film Festival. Nejra is originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina and in her spare time enjoys drinking oat-milk lattes.
Updated May 2022