Spring 2007 Interns
Rebecca Deedman, USD '07, is majoring in International Relations and Spanish, with a minor in French. She has participated in USD's Guadalajara program for two summers and now works in that program's office. Rebecca has done volunteer work in an orphanage in Guadalajara and with migrant workers on a weekly basis through Migrant Outreach. The daughter of a military family, Rebecca hails from Honolulu, Hawaii, spent much of her childhood living in Spain and Italy, and has traveled in the Czech Republic, Egypt, and Morocco. She is fluent in Spanish and French.
Nick Diamond, USD '07, is majoring in International Relations and minoring in Philosophy. Nick studied at the International School for Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universiteit van Amsterdam in the Spring of 2006, and visited the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, in The Hague. He has traveled through Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Nick is from Seattle, and has volunteered with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program of King County.
Daniela Loor, USD '07, is majoring in Business Administration with a minor in International Relations. She is active in the International Student Organization at USD, serving as co-chair from August 2006 to the present. Daniela is from Guayaquil, Ecuador, and was an organizing member of the Foundation "Educar en Cristo" in that city. She has traveled in Japan, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Argentina, Colombia, and Ecuador.
Gabriella Stumpf, USD '07, is majoring in International Relations with a minor in Theology. She has been active with a number of on-campus organizations including Community Service Learning (as a student leader), as well as Alpha Chi Omega, serving on its Panhellenic and Intellectual Development Committees. Gabriella is from St. Paul, Minnesota and has served at the Dorothy Day Center of Saint Paul; she also took a civil rights trip through Atlanta, Georgia, and Selma, Birmingham, and Montgomery, Alabama, where she visited civil rights museums and historical sites and toured the Southern Poverty Law Center.