FASPE Conference Planner / Liaison Social Impact Fellowship

Fellowship Description

FASPE is seeking a fellow to assist with the conceptualization, development, and planning of a conference to take place at Princeton University in partnership with GradFUTURES in early spring 2024.  This an annual event which draws 150+ attendees from FASPE’s alumni community of professionals in the fields of medicine, law, technology, journalism, business, and clergy and focuses broadly on themes of contemporary professional ethics within these disciplines.

Duties Include:

  • Acting as main liaison with Princeton University
  • Working with committee members to design themes and topics for conference presentations
  • Identifying potential speakers and partners within the Princeton community
  • Overseeing on-site event planning logistics
  • Creating related materials

Your Host

Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics

FASPE challenges graduate students and future leaders to recognize and confront their ethical responsibilities as professionals by analyzing the decisions and actions of Nazi-era professionals. In 2023, FASPE will award fellowships to 80-90 individuals out of a large pool of applicants from across the United States and abroad. FASPE’s fellowship programs are led by distinguished faculty comprised of university professors and practicing professionals in the five disciplines, along with leading ethicists and historians who have specific expertise in the role of the professions in Germany and Nazi-occupied Europe from 1933 to 1945.

SIF Mentor

Rebecca Scott
Program Director, Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE)
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor

Rebecca Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in English literature from Louisiana State University and a Master’s degree in Holocaust & Genocide Studies. After completing her graduate studies at Kean University, she worked as an Academic Specialist for the Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies program, overseeing the staging of workshops, lectures, conferences, and events featuring internationally-recognized leaders in the field, as well as planning the first multi-national study delegation to sites of former genocide. Before joining FASPE as Program Director, she worked in higher education as an editor, project manager and lecturer. She has taught a wide variety of history and writing courses, and designed several courses on genocide, human rights, and the history, literature, and philosophical implications of the Holocaust.

Current & Former SIF Fellows & Mentors

Jonathan Aguirre *22, SPO
Vice President, User Experience Research Lead, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Participant, American Higher Ed & Ethics of AI Learning Cohorts & Professional Development Working Group Member
Clio Hall Award Recipient
Karina Alexanyan
Director of Strategy, All Tech is Human
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Genevieve Allotey-Pappoe, GS, MUS
University Administrative Fellow
Social Impact Fellow
Scott Alpizar
Director of Venture Commercialization, Foundation Venture Capital Group
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor
Megan Armknecht, GS, HIS
Summer Intern, Bureau of Bureau of Public Affairs/ Office of the Historian in Washington D.C
Pierre Azou, GS, FIT
Social Impact Fellow
Yuzhou Bai *23, EAS
Professional Development Associate 2019-21
Social Impact Fellow
Clio Hall Award Recipient
Rebecca Bengoechea
Senior International Rights Manager, Princeton University Press
Social Impact Fellowship Mentor