Evan Frauhiger is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He received his B.S. from Indiana University Purdue University of Fort Wayne (IPFW) in 2015 as a History major and a Political Science minor and graduated summa cum laude with an International Studies Certificate. During the summer of 2016, Evan worked for International Bridges to Justice (IBJ) which is a human rights NGO located in Geneva, Switzerland. During this time, he drafted project proposals for programs located in five different countries and helped to develop new initiatives across the world.
Evan will spend this summer working for the International Division of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) located in Arlington, Virginia. NCSC strives to offer research, consulting, education, and information services to strengthen the rule of law around the world. It partners with donor agencies, host-country governments, and civil society organizations to help achieve this goal and support judicial independence and access to justice initiatives. To date, NCSC has experience in over thirty countries across the world and continually offers direct assistance and training through its in-country programs.