Stella FitzGerald

Stella FitzGerald, Director's Fellow 2020
ISPS 
Undergraduate Director's Fellow

Stella FitzGerald

Title 
Yale College

Stella FitzGerald is a sophomore majoring in American Studies with a Concentration in Politics and American Communities. Stella’s policy and advocacy focii are sex trafficking legislation, income inequality, NYC tenant protection rights, and criminal justice reform. At Yale, Stella is a legislative researcher as a member of the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project’s Advocacy Team, and is tracking state by state Use of Force regulations for the pending report “Mapping Use of Force Policies in U.S. Prisons” for the Yale Law School Lowenstein Project. Originally from New York City, Stella was appointed by Gale Brewer, the Manhattan Borough President, to serve on Manhattan Community Board 2 as a representative for  Greenwich Village and Chinatown, where she served on the Social Services and Traffic & Transportation Committees. Stella is looking forward to pursuing a career in U.S. public policy. 

Discipline 
American Studies