Her prior work experience includes serving as Judicial Law Clerk in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas and the Minnesota District Court. Ms. Hund has also worked with several national and global organizations dedicated to child advocacy and helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. One of these organizations is Amnesty International in Washington D.C., where Ms. Hund analyzed and advised on policy and legislation to address gender-based violence including ending sexual assaults against Native American women on tribal lands.
Ms. Hund received her J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2016. While a student at Oregon, she received a Family Law concentration, served on the Oregon Law Review, and was a Campbell Fellow for the Oregon Child Advocacy Project. Ms. Hund also assisted survivors of domestic violence through the Domestic Violence Protection Clinic and worked in child advocacy for the Oregon Department of Justice. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, with a minor in History and Biology, from Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota.
A resident of Annville, Ms. Hund volunteers with the Humane Society of Lebanon County.