Eve Grill serves as an intern for the Combatting Human Trafficking program at the McCain Institute for International Leadership. As an intern, she supports the Combatting Human Trafficking team to further the Institute’s efforts to eliminate all forms of modern slavery while developing her own interest in domestic and global human rights and policy issues.

Prior to joining the McCain Institute, Eve interned for the American Bar Association as a Policy Intern. Her primary focus was on covering various Senate Committee on the Judiciary Hearings, as well as tracking policy development on issues relevant to the legal profession. Eve has also served as the Policy Intern for a small non-profit called Generation Hope, which aided teen parents in earning a college degree.

Originally from Vienna, Virginia, Eve is a senior at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia studying Government and English with a concentration in Racial Studies and Social Justice. When she is not working, Grill enjoys spending time outside with her Golden Doodle, preferably somewhere warm on a beach!