Max Likin brings an international perspective to FEPPS. He has a Ph.D from Rutgers University and has taught at the Harvard Committee on Degrees in History and Literature as a postdoc. He is currently completing a history of human rights in twentieth-century France. He started volunteering for FEPPS to teach global and European history, and continues with student advising. He collects official data and NGO reports from the European Union to promote validated gender-responsive practices at the Department of Corrections in Washington State.