While at Brookwood, my most formative involvement was with the Dance Department—I danced there all four years and served on the Dance Council as a senior. In addition, I was able to participate in several honors societies, serve as Secretary of the Beta Club, and participate in the activities of the school. After graduation, I attended Duke University, where I studied Public Policy and Global Health. During my time there, I discovered a passion for reproductive justice and maternal wellbeing, specifically as it relates to Black women and other marginalized communities. Following my study abroad experience in Morocco, where I studied multiculturalism and human rights, I wrote my honors thesis for the Public Policy department. It was entitled “Maternity in Motion: Examining the Reproductive Experience of Sub-Saharan Migrants in Morocco”, which was ultimately awarded distinction. During my time at Duke, I had the opportunity to conduct archival humanities research, and work at the Boston Consulting Group and Google. Following graduation, I will be entering a full-time role at Google as an Account Manager, based in the Chicago office.