Student, Fordham Law School
Eugenia Schraa grew up in Brussels, Belgium and then New York City. She went to Harvard, where she majored in History. After graduating, she worked as a public school teacher in Boston and the Bronx. At Fordham Law School, she is a member of Moot Court and President of the Prisoners' Rights Advocates. During summers, she has interned for a judge in the Eastern District of New York, and worked for Goldman Sachs' legal department. She has also interned for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan -- where she got to work on the Raj Rajaratnam trail -- as well as the ACLU. She feels that it has all been a lot of fun.
Eugenia loves Switzerland, learning about new cultures, keeping up with emerging technologies, and solving problems.