Maya Dubin is a Bachelor of Arts candidate at Harvard University in the class of 2023. She is majoring in psychology. In addition to her studies, Maya is a member of the business staff of Hasty Pudding Theatricals, a premiere student-led performing arts association at Harvard, where she helps to manage the annual performance, including ticket sales, production, alumni relations, communications & marketing, scheduling and travel, as well as the Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year and Man of the Year honors. Maya also plays on the university’s club soccer team.
Maya is also a member of the Harvard Organization for Prison Education (“HOPE”), a student-led organization that advocates for criminal justice reform and provides tutoring services to incarcerated individuals.
In 2020, Maya completed an internship with JUST Capital, where she assisted the corporate engagement and development teams with data analysis, contact management system implementation, and proposal development. Maya has completed additional internships with the Robin Hood Foundation, working in the office of the CEO, and as an interviewer with the Independent Project on Immigration, an organization based in Lysekil, Sweden.
Prior to Harvard, Maya attended the Trinity School in New York, where she received the Best Female Student Athlete award and was selected to participate in the “1000 Girls, 1000 Futures Program” at the New York Academy of Sciences. From 2014 to 2019, Maya regularly volunteered with Mount Sinai Hospital’s KidZone Program as well as the Association to Benefit Children, where she tutored elementary school children and assisted with after-school programming.
Maya enjoys outdoor activities, piano, and travel. She is fluent in English and Swedish, and proficient in Spanish.