Area of Focus: global poverty, law, U.S. aid policy, U.S. foreign policy, women and girls
Location: Ladson, South Carolina
Kutina Williams is an attorney and Diversity Fellow at the Charleston School of Law. She is state chair for CARE USA, an international humanitarian organization based in Atlanta. In this capacity, she lobbies federal lawmakers on the eradication of global poverty by promoting sound foreign aid policies and by addressing the health and educational needs of women and girls globally. She has a passion for local and international human rights advocacy, especially when focused on disadvantaged ethnic and racial minorities. Kutina used her Carl Wilkens Fellowship to raise awareness and promote advocacy locally on genocide and to encourage the development of federal action plans for early genocide identification and prevention.