FPF Welcomes New Interns


Books and laptop

Lin-hsiu Huang

Lin is our Communication/Design intern for the Spring Semester. Lin is originally from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and she is seeking a dual degree in BFA Art/Design and BS Mathematics at Morehead State University. She has presented her advocacy research and productions – documentaries and music videos – in over a dozen conferences (e.g. Poster on the Hill, the Appalachian Studies Conference, the Southern Honors Council Regional Conference). Lin works with Melanie Bates, the Director of Communications, and she will be focusing on various design and re-branding tasks such as the monthly newsletter, the Annual Report, and one-pagers, as well as updating FPF’s privacy calender and monitoring its website analytics.

Esther Lim

Esther is studying for her Masters of Laws in Global Health Law at the Georgetown University Law Center, where she previously served as a Global Health student fellow and a research assistant in the O’Neill Institute of National and Global Health Law. She earned her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University College of London. She previously worked as a Health Policy Analyst in Singapore’s Ministry of Health, working on issues of regulatory policy and health information.