Co-Chair, Interpretation and Documents
Athelia Graham grew up in Orem, UT, the daughter of a Brigham Young University Linguistics Professor (dad) and an English Teacher (mom). She attended BYU earning an undergraduate degree in Spanish teaching, and played soccer with the lady Cougars for 5 years. She continued with graduate school at BYU and studied TESOL (teaching English to speakers of other languages). After finishing her masters degree, Athelia moved to Washington, DC and taught English as a second language to elementary students in Alexandria, VA. She loved the East Coast but returned to BYU for law school. She was a 2017 Student Fellow for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies which included an externship in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She was a student assistant and interpreter at the G20 Interfaith Forum in Buenos Aires, Argentina in September 2018, She served as a member of the Documents team for the 2017 International Law and Religion Symposium, and returns as Co-Chair of Interpretation and Documents in 2018. She loves being active, hiking in the mountains, playing any kind of sport, playing the piano, reading historical fiction and non-fiction, and cooking delicious food.