Claire Dillon is the Director of Education and Outreach for ART WORKS Projects, using art and design to raise awareness of diverse human rights issues. With a background in Art History and photography, she is committed to the humanities, social justice, and mentorship. She has curated exhibits about post-conflict Belfast, Congolese conflict minerals, and revolutionary printmaking in addition to working on her own projects that focus primarily on minority representation in art and politics. Her photography has been published with Venetian artist Marco Nereo Rotelli, the U.S. Association for International Migration (USAIM), and Joy News in Ghana. She graduated from Northwestern University in 2014, where she was the recipient of the Mellon Mays Research Fellowship.