Crystal Yuille

Program Coordinator
Patricia Roberts Harris Public Affairs Fellowship

Crystal Yuille is the Program Coordinator for the Patricia Roberts Harris Fellowship at the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center at Howard University. In this role, she is responsible for reestablishing the fellowship, which aims to uphold Ambassador Harris’ legacy and encourage Howard students to consider careers in public affairs. Prior to this position, Ms. Yuille was the Internship Coordinator and Executive Assistant at the Washington Office on Latin America, where she managed the internship program and co-organized events related to the African Diaspora in the Americas. Ms. Yuille attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and double majored in Global Studies and Public Policy with a minor in Hispanic Cultures. At UNC, she received the Anne Scaff award for “demonstrating exceptional commitment to raising awareness of global issues on campus and beyond” and subsequently spoke at the Global Studies commencement ceremony as a result. Ms. Yuille aims to utilize international education initiatives and cross-cultural immersion to bring awareness to the state of affairs amongst people in the African Diaspora.