• Dina M. Zingaro

    Dina M. Zingaro

    Dual degree candidate at Harvard Law School and Harvard Divinity School

    Dina M. Zingaro is a dual degree candidate at Harvard Law School and Harvard Divinity School (JD/M.Div.) with a focus on women, gender, sex, and the body. She was awarded the Presidential Scholarship at Harvard Divinity School, which is awarded to “outstanding applicants who demonstrate a concern for and interest in public service, broadly conceived.” Before graduate school, Dina worked at CBS News for eight years, including four years as an Associate Producer and Co-Producer for 60 Minutes. She produced the 60 Minutes story about the St. Nicholas National Shrine, which aired in 2020. For her stories at CBS, Dina received multiple News Emmy nominations.

    This past summer, Dina worked as a legal intern for GLAD, “GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders,” a leading civil rights organization which is widely recognized for its outsized impact—it brought marriage equality first to Massachusetts, and then to the nation with the 2015 Supreme Court victory in Obergefell v. Hodges. At Harvard, she is co-president of the Harvard Divinity School’s Orthodox Christian Student Community (“HDS Theosis”) and a graduate assistant for the Religion and Public Life program, which advances the public understanding of religion in service of a just world at peace.

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