Nikki Lux

Nikki Lux is an alumnus of the College of Mount St. Joseph's Communication Studies program in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she minored in English and Written Communications. She is currently a student at the University of Southern California and will complete her Masters of Social Work in May 2014, with a concentration in community organization, planning, and administration. An expecting mother and wife of two years, Nikki spent six years in the United States Marine Corps where she was able to travel to multiple countries across the globe. Nikki was impacted most by a humanitarian mission in 2010 which landed her in Uganda, Africa. It was here that she found her passion for international studies and the people of developing nations. As an ISC intern with the SISGI Group, Nikki will focus on social disparities, human rights and violations, and relief and humanitarian assistance, with a specific interest on East African Countries.

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UAA: Is it Enough?

This week I stumbled upon some thrilling news: The Universal Accreditation Act of 2012 (UAA). This fancy little piece of legislation goes into effect July of 2014 and may be a push in the right direction for addressing the loopholes in existence within the international adoption process. So what is the UAA? This document, signed …

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