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Tanner Christensen

Tanner Christensen, ’24, is a junior from Utah, majoring in psychology with minors in human rights and Spanish. He is extremely passionate about human rights issues, especially those involving discrimination and systemic oppression. Through the Haas Center’s Community Service Work Study (CSWS) program, Tanner worked at Root & Rebound – an Oakland based nonprofit focused on helping communities most harmed by mass incarceration. Most recently, Tanner was a Cardinal Quarter Fellow working at the New York City Commission on Human Rights as a legal intern, contributing to their mission to prevent discrimination in NYC. At Stanford, Tanner is a member of the Stanford Cheer Team, works as a Cardinal Service Peer Advisor, advises first-generation, low-income high school students through Matriculate, and staffs Burbank (Stern). After graduating, Tanner hopes to attend law school to pursue a career in public interest law.