Jaclyn Licht

Co-Founder and President, Invisible Children Chapter at Brown University

Jaclyn Licht is a native of Boston, MA, and a sophomore at Brown University. She first became active in Invisible Children in 2009 as a freshman in high school when she joined a club focused on child soldiers. She later became president of the club and has since raised funds, held numerous events, and lobbied on behalf of the organization. Currently, Jaclyn is the co-founder and President of Brown's Invisible Children Chapter. She is also a co-editor of the Brown Human Rights Report and staff member of the Ivy Film Festival.

January 23, 2014

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