Amber Kornreich, Segal Fellow

Amber Kornreich

2011 Brandeis Undergrad Segal Fellow

Amber Kornreich earned her BA, Magna Cum Laude, in Islamic and Middle Eastern studies and Near Eastern and Judaic studies at Brandeis University. She is currently pursuing her law degree as a Dean’s scholar at Florida International University – College of Law. Amber served as one of two 1L Representatives to the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Law School Chapter at her school. She is a Florida Association of Women Lawyers (FAWL) Representative  and completed her time at the Anti-Defamation League as their Summer Research Associate. Amber has a background in community organizing, recruitment, and service outreach. She is passionate about social justice, LGBT and Women’s Rights, disability awareness and the Democratic Party. Amber is also interested in projects for social change and providing professional service in Spanish. In 2009 at Brandeis, Amber co-founded Brandeis Buddies, a community service initiative within the Waltham Group that pairs student volunteers with adults who have developmental disabilities and work in the dining and residence halls on campus. For these and other achievements, Amber was chosen by her peers as a 2010 recipient of the Brandeis University Student Leadership Award.