Vivian Fiona Guetler
Graduated: 2015, Masters in Pan African Studies
Thesis title: Negotiating Formal Schooling, Multiple Identities, and Community Advocacy: (Counter)-Narratives of the Somali Bantu Refugees in the United States
- Recipient: Certificate of University Teaching, Future Professoriate Program
- Community Benefits coordinator - Center for Court Innovation - October 2015 – Present | Syracuse, New York Area
- Plan and coordinate community benefits projects at the Near Westside Peacemaking Project.
Graduate Student Information
Vivian F. Guetler is from Mombasa, Kenya, she received her BA degree in English and American Studies from the Alpen Adria Klagenfurt University in Klagenfurt, Austria. Before graduating, she also attended the University of West Florida, Pensacola during the Spring semester 2012 for a study abroad program. Vivian’s research interests include Black Diaspora, Human Rights, Identity, Biracial Identity issues, Education of the immigrants especially refugees, racism and social injustices, empowerment of women, international relations and political science.