Jennifer Prestholdt (1967, Minneapolis) is the Deputy Director of The Advocates for Human Rights and the Director of International Justice. Ms. Prestholdt has a B.A. in political science from Yale and a M.A.L.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she studied international human rights law and international refugee policy. She graduated cum laudefrom the University of Minnesota Law School in 1996. Ms. Prestholdt has worked on refugee and asylum issues for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva, Switzerland. She has also interned for the Reebok Human Rights Program and the United Nations Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination Against and Protection of Minorities. Prior to becoming Deputy Director of The Advocates for Human Rights, Ms. Prestholdt practiced asylum law for five years as the Director of the Refugee and Immigrant Program. As The Advocates’ Deputy Director, she assists in fundraising for and directing organizational operations. Ms. Prestholdt also supervises the development and administration of International Justice programming. Ms. Prestholdt has also taught International Human Rights Law as an adjunct faculty member at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. Je suis Charlie & The Right to Freedom of Expression (HCH 3)
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. All our SPCS family are safe (HCH 5)
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. Rainbow Looming: Our Way To Gender Equality (HCH 7)
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. Anti-LGBTI Discrimination Harms Efforts to Fight HIV/AIDS (HCH 8)
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. Maya Angelou. A Brave and Startling Truth (HCH 10)
PRESTHOLDT, Jennifer. How Trump’s Executive Order Harms Refugees (HCH 15)
(First grade student at SPCS, Sankhu-Palubari Community School, Jennifer Prestholdt, Nepal, 2015)