DeJah Ault is a senior at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia studying philosophy and international affairs. Ault has been a contributing writer for undergraduate publications such as Morehouse College’s Maroon Tiger and Spelman’s The Odyssey Online Newsletter. As a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholar, her passion for advocacy and human rights has created a duty to become a true Global citizen. The first generation college student has studied Peace and Conflict Resolution and the Middle East in Bosnia-Herzagonvia and Jordan with American University, Social Problems in the Caribbean with Semester at Sea and volunteered teaching English in Haiti.
Ault has previously interned with the Council of Hemispheric Affairs reporting Latin American & Caribbean news. She has also worked with the Drug Policy Alliance in their grants department. The New York city native has also been a program c
oordinator for the Clarkston Community Center encouraging the use of art as means of expression for former refugee, asylum seekers and underprivileged youth in the area.
The contributing editor for Reporting Morocco intends to couple her global experiences with her distinct aesthetic to create content for her upcoming blog TooFly.
Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @toodopeforrehab