Megan Abrameit| UT Austin
Human Trafficking Institute
Megan Abrameit is a student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in psychology and humanities (contract in sex trafficking and human rights) with a minor in government and certificate in creative writing. She is a member of the Liberal Arts Honors and the Dedman Distinguished Scholars Program. Abrameit serves with an on-campus chapter of International Justice Mission, a nonprofit working to end violence against the poor. Additionally, she further developed her interests in advocacy, policy and politics by interning at the Texas Capitol with State Representative Victoria Neave. Abrameit hopes to attend law school and specialize in human rights law.
Celeste Acevedo | UT El Paso
Celeste Acevedo currently attends The University of Texas at El Paso majoring in communication studies and minoring in political science. Acevedo is interested in practicing public interest law, and wants to dedicate her career to serving underrepresented groups of people. After graduation, she hopes to go to law school.
Walker Adams | UT San Antonio
Atlantic Council, Adrienne Arsht Center for Resilience
Walker Adams is a student at The University of Texas at San Antonio majoring in global affairs with minors in political science and legal studies. As a highly involved individual on campus and the greater Bexar County community, he has served as the Secretary General of the UTSA Model United Nations Society, the Secretary of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and tutored at-risk youth through the Mt. Zion Tutoring Program. Originally from the rural community of Wall, Texas, Adams is utilizing this opportunity to broaden his worldview and challenge himself.
Christopher Adkison | UT San Antonio
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Christopher Adkison is an honors student at The University of Texas at San Antonio studying environmental science and applied statistics. He has worked for the U.S. Forest Service, San Antonio River Authority, and San Antonio Water System as well as The Green Fund Committee and Green Society at UT San Antonio. Adkison hopes to become an environmental manager in the future who has the technical skills needed in science and engineering as well as the communication skills needed to relay that information to policy makers and the public. He plans to pursue a master’s degree in water resources science after graduating in the spring.
Carly Allen | UT Austin
Feminist Majority Foundation
Carly Allen is a government major at The University of Texas at Austin. On campus, she worked as a writing consultant at the University Writing Center and as a Resident Assistant in the Housing Division. She was the vice president of mentorship of an on-campus organization called GirlAdvocates and helped organize a tutoring program for local refugee girls. Upon graduation, Allen plans to pursue a career in law and advocacy.
Rachel Arreola | UT El Paso
The Kennedy Center,
Rachel Arreola is a student studying theatre arts at The University of Texas at El Paso. She has participated in NEW Leadership Texas, served as a Senator At-Large for the Student Government Association, was a campus organizer for Texas Rising, worked as a teaching assistant, and is currently a Miner Ambassador and a member of the Liberal Arts Honors Program. Arreola has also interned for Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s district office as a staff assistant. Additionally, she has studied abroad in Italy and Cuba. Arreola will be graduating in May and plans on attending film school.
Leonard Ayala | UT Dallas
United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Leonard Ayala is a student at The University of Texas at Dallas majoring in economics. Upon completion of a doctorate degree in developmental economics and monetary theory, he plans to work with the United Nations and The World Bank. Ayala is active on campus with environmental organizations and the opera program.
Rachel Bhalla| UT Austin
U.S. Department of Justice
Rachel Bhalla is a student majoring in government and history at The University of Texas at Austin. She studied abroad at University College London, focusing on British history and political science. Bhalla has interned in the offices of State Representatives Jason Isaac and Ryan Guillen as well as at the law firm Eastman-Meyler PC. On campus, she is an active member of Kappa Delta, and has served as an appointed officer and committee member for Shamrock, the largest philanthropy event of the year. Bhalla has been involved in multiple student government committees, concentrating on the areas of improving the recruitment and retention of underrepresented student groups, as well as awarding study abroad financial aid. She is interested in pursuing a career working in international human rights policy and law.
Morganne Blaylock | UT Dallas
Sustainable Capital Advisors
Morganne Blaylock is a junior Eugene McDermott Scholar at The University of Texas at Dallas and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in political science. On campus, she helps lead the bipartisan group No Labels, project manages a combat robotics team, and writes a satirical advice column. During her time in college, she has studied the role of wind energy in Texas through professional and academic experiences. She is interested in studying the intersection of engineering and public policy, especially with regards to energy. Blaylock would like to study emerging energy fields. She hopes to gain insights about the political environment surrounding these in order to pursue the intersection of engineering and policy.
Zachary Boullt| UT Dallas
Justice Policy Institute
Zachary Boullt is a student at The University of Texas at Dallas and a Eugene McDermott Scholar majoring in political science and historical studies. On campus, he has served as a case reviewer for the Innocence Project of Texas and as the editor-in-chief of on-campus opinion and satire magazine, AMP. Boullt has also served as a member of the Moot Court team, UT Dallas’ Disciplinary Committee, and as a DJ for RadioUTD. He has previously interned at a local law firm. Upon graduation, Boullt plans to attend law school and pursue a career in civil liberties advocacy.
Samuel Cervantes Buentello |UT Austin
Samuel Cervantes is a student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in government and communication studies with a certificate in human rights and social justice. He has dedicated himself to protect and empower his undocumented community. Cervantes has been a steadfast advocate through his work with FWD.us, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and the Office of Texas Senator Rodriguez. On campus, he is a member of Texas Blazers and the University Leadership Initiative, where he continues to work with underprivileged communities. Upon graduation, Cervantes plans to pursue degrees in law and public affairs.
Lexi Darrow | UT Austin
U.S. Supreme Court
Alexis (Lexi) Darrow is a junior at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in government, minoring in communications, and pursuing a certificate in business. Darrow has interned in her hometown of Melville, New York, as well as Washington, D.C., for U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Prior to that, she interned for U.S. Congressman Steve Israel. More recently, she interned for Texans for Lawsuit Reform in Austin. On campus, Darrow is the out of state agency director of UT Austin’s Student Government, president/founder of the Out of State Student Association, chairperson of Party on the Plaza Organization Fair, and member of Delta Gamma. After graduation, Darrow plans to pursue a law degree.
Sebastian De Beurs | UT Austin
Sebastian De Beurs is a Plan II Honors and government student at The University of Texas at Austin. He was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina to an American mother and Dutch father. At age one, his family moved to Amsterdam. De Beurs attended an international school, citing that the diverse cultures, languages and stories of his peers instilled a deep respect for different people. At age 17, he moved back to the United States and settled in Texas. De Beurs is a Next Generation Scholar at the Strauss Center for International Law and previously interned at the U.S. Department of State. De Beurs hopes to pursue a career in international development focused on inclusive economic growth in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. He speaks Dutch, as well as some French, German and Afrikaans.
Jesse Flores | UT Dallas
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Jesse Flores is a student at The University of Texas at Dallas where he enjoys studying macroeconomics and finance. In the past, he worked at The Federal Reserve Bank learning more about foreign and domestic economies. Flores grew a passion for global economics and finance, and will be working in New York City for the summer as an investment banking summer analyst with UBS Financial Services. Outside of school, he devotes his time shaping the new Latinx narrative and empowering the Hispanic community. He hopes to improve living conditions in third world and emerging countries through infrastructure developments and the use of public-private partnerships.
Melissa Ford | UT Tyler
The White House
Melissa Ford is an Honors student majoring in economics and political science at The University of Texas at Tyler. Originally from Bolivia, she is passionate about international sustainable development. On campus, she co-founded and served as president of the Hispanic Student Association, an award-winning delegate of Model UN Conferences nationwide and as editor of the Patriot Talon. Ford studied abroad in Israel, researching the impact of desalination plants and energy-efficient irrigation on water scarcity as well as the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a graduate degree in global policy and begin a career focused on advancing the economic growth and social and environmental well-being of developing nations.
Victoria Gambrel | UT Arlington
Akin Gump LLC
Victoria Gambrel is a student at The University of Texas at Arlington. She is majoring in anthropology with a double minor in history and political science. She is a member of the Lambda Alpha Honors Society and has served as secretary of the Anthropology Club. For over a year, Gambrel has worked at a local law firm in Arlington and plans to enter law school after graduation. Her main interests focus on how anthropology can be applied in law and government. When she’s not at school, Gambrel enjoys reading, photography and various crafting activities.
Bridget Guien | UT Austin
Office of U.S. Senator Tim Scott
Bridget Guien is a senior at The University of Texas at Austin studying economics and government with a certificate in native and indigenous studies. Originally from Florida, Guien has quickly adopted Texas as her home and has spent the past three years of college working in all levels of state government. Starting her freshman year, she worked in the Texas House of Representatives, then moved on to campaigns for local and state elections, then worked for a lobbying firm. She is excited to work and live in D.C. in order to expand her knowledge and passion for public policy to a federal level. After graduation, Guien t plans to attend law school in order to obtain her J.D.
Tony Hernandez | UT Austin
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Office of U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett
Antonio (Tony) Hernandez is a Gates Millennium Scholar and a Liberal Arts Honors student at The University of Texas at Austin double-majoring in government and rhetoric and writing. Hernandez has worked at the Undergraduate Writing Center, mentored students at the Leadership and Ethics Institute, and served as a GLAAD campus ambassador. After studying abroad in France, he interned with Project Vote Smart, Deeds Not Words, and Congressman Lloyd Doggett’s district office in Austin, Texas. Hernandez is interested in health care, education and environmental policy, as well as civil and human rights.
Nina Hernandez | UT Austin
Nina Hernandez is a government and rhetoric and writing major at The University of Texas at Austin. As an international student from Mexico, Hernandez is an advocate for the development of Latino and immigrant communities in Austin. She has, alongside the Equal Justice Center, to defend the rights of immigrant workers in Texas. Hernandez aims to apply her experience toward finding creative policy solutions in the private and public sector. In Washington D.C., she hopes to dedicate her free time to women’s rights advocacy and sustainability.
Mitchell Johnson | UT Austin
U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
Mitchell Johnson is a mechanical engineering student at The University of Texas at Austin. He is interested in energy, science, and technology policy -- topics he has explored while conducting undergraduate research on automation of drilling fluid testing for oil and gas wells. Johnson plans to spend his time in Washington, D.C., learning about the federal process for supporting scientific research. In his free time, he enjoys snowboarding, SCUBA diving and watching Formula 1 racing.
Ayesha Karnik | UT Dallas
The White House, The Council of Economic Advisers
Ayesha Karnik is a junior at The University of Texas at Dallas majoring in economics. She is a Eugene McDermott Scholar and a member of the Collegium V Honors Program. On campus, Karnik has served as the vice president of internal affairs of CometTHON. Previously, she interned with Goldman Sach and Dallas Social Venture Partners, a venture capital firm aimed at aiding non-profit organizations in their endeavors. Upon graduation, Karnik plans to pursue a career in consulting, focusing on work with public sector agencies and projects in the health care sector.
Jamilyn Keeton | UT San Antonio
Jamilyn Keeton is a public administration student at The University of Texas at San Antonio with a passion for her city. A former intern of the Mayor’s Officer, she helped with initiatives like digital inclusion and ridesharing solutions. An officer of the Public Administration Student Organization, Keeton has been involved on campus through being a mentor to Lanier High School students and putting on events like the Constitution Cafe. After graduation, she hopes to work in policy analysis and help find a way solve the digital divide in San Antonio.
Samiya Khan | UT San Antonio
U.S. Department of State
Samiya Khan is a student at The University of Texas at San Antonio majoring in biology as a part of the FAME program, a seven year B.S./M.D. program with the Long School of Medicine. She has previously served as a research intern at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and enjoys volunteering with the refugee and uninsured community at the Center for Refugee Services and Travis Park Dermatology Clinic, respectively. In the future, Khan hopes to pursue a career in public health.
Michelle Landry | UT Dallas
Voting Project for the Lawyer's Committee on Civil Rights
Michelle Landry is a historical studies major and member of the Collegium V Honors College at The University of Texas at Dallas. She presented at the Texas A&M Student History Conference, recorded oral history interviews for Remembering Black Dallas, and is the 2017 recipient of the Gavin Hambly Award from the UT Dallas History Department. As president of No Labels, Landry worked with Battleground Texas to promote voter registration. In March 2017, she canvassed for Cory Montfort’s Richardson City Council Campaign. Landry also worked as a legislative aide for Jenna’s Law. From July onward, she worked as a fellow at Colin Allred for Congress. Upon graduation, Landry plans to pursue a career as a voting rights attorney.
Robert Little | UT Tyler
Republican National Committee
Robert Little is pursuing a degree in business administration at The University of Texas at Tyler. He volunteers at the Small Business Development Center where he actively helps entrepreneurial start-ups form and creates more jobs for the economy. Little desires to serve the local small business community to ensure stability and competitiveness in the global economy. Upon graduation, he hopes to create his own business and eventually pursue public office.
Ian May | UT San Antonio
U.S. House Oversight Committee, Minority Office
Ian May is a student at The University of Texas at San Antonio. He is currently pursuing degrees in history and criminal justice. Prior to his participation in the Archer Fellowship Program, May interned and volunteered with the Hays County Juvenile Probation and District Attorney's office. May has recently completed an internship with Congressman Henry Cuellar's district office in San Antonio, Texas. He is also the president and a founding member of UT San Antonio’s Pre-Law Association. May intends to pursue a law degree to prepare him for a career as a U.S. Attorney.
Samantha Mendoza | UT San Antonio
United Nations Foundation
Samantha Mendoza is a student at The University of Texas at San Antonio majoring in public health and minoring in biology. After graduation, Mendoza plans to obtain a master's degree in public health as well as a medical degree focusing on preventive and community health.
Adriel Morgan | UT Austin
Adriel Morgan is a senior at The University of Texas at Austin graduating in December with a degree in business management, a minor in government, and a certificate in human rights and social justice through the Bridging Disciplines Program. After spending a year in India mentoring youth in red light districts, she became motivated to use policy to help bring justice for voiceless populations. Morgan worked in the Office of the Texas Governor this past summer, which only encouraged that career goal. On campus and in her community she is a proud camp counselor and youth mentor for Texas Spirit. After graduating, Morgan intends to pursue degrees in law and in public policy.
Krista Painter | UT Tyler
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Krista Painter is double majoring in political science and history with a minor in pre-law at The University of Texas at Tyler. She is interested in pursuing a career in the legal field or historical research as it pertains to civil rights issues, policy and protection. Painter plans to either attend graduate school to earn a master's degree in history or attend law school to attain a juris doctorate degree.
Shivam Patel | UT San Antonio
National Association of County and City Health Officials
Shivam Patel is a third-year student in the dual degree Dental Early Acceptance Program (DEAP) through The University of Texas at San Antonio and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. On campus, he is a UTSA Ambassador and peer mentor for incoming students. Patel co-founded an organization called Hunger & Homelessness Movement which is a service-based organization focused on the homeless population of San Antonio. He aspires to attend dental school and become an orthodontist. In his free time, Patel enjoys watching Oregon Ducks football, golfing with his dad and playing basketball.
Jillian Pflederer | UT Austin
U.S. Department of State
Jillian Pflederer is a third year Plan II Honors student majoring in international relations and pursuing a certificate in security studies. She is also a member of the Arabic Flagship Program. Pflederer is a member of the Longhorn Chapter of the International Justice Mission raising awareness and funds to fight modern day slavery and sex trafficking. As a Clements Undergraduate Fellow, she learns about pressing issues facing our national security and how to address them. Pflederer is honored to work as an applied geopolitics fellow at Stratfor Intelligence Platform this semester and put what she is learning into practice.
Aayush Prasanna | UT Austin
U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
Aayush Prasanna is a third-year chemical engineering student at The University of Texas at Austin. He previously interned as an environmental, health, and safety consultant at BSI Group and will be working for Valero Energy this summer. On campus, Prasanna is a member of the Student Engineering Council and serves as a committee chairman for the UT Engineering EXPO in addition to serving as a Camp Texas Counselor and coaching local little league baseball. Outside of the classroom and extracurricular activities, he enjoys the outdoors, watching the Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys play football, and playing golf. Upon graduation, Prasanna plans to enter the energy industry as an engineer or in policy.
Elliot Raia| UT Austin
The Heritage Foundation
Elliott Raia is an economics and government double major at The University of Texas at Austin. He has extensive legislative experience having worked twice in the Texas House of Representatives as well as the 2016 Republican National Convention. For the past year, Raia has served as a research associate in the Center for Fiscal Policy and Center for Economic Prosperity at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. During his time there, he has become an accomplished writer having published two comprehensive white-page research reports as well more than a dozen articles that have run throughout Texas and the country. After graduating, Raia will continue his education in economics as he looks to become an even more effective advocate of free-market based solutions to the country’s toughest policy challenges.
Gabrielle Rodrigues | UT Austin
National Women's Law Center
Gabrielle Rodrigues is a senior at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in English and minoring in African and African diaspora studies. Recently completing an internship at Austin Community Law Center, she plans to pursue her J.D. in the fall to prepare for a career in human and civil rights law. Passionate about women's and children's rights, Rodrigues has spent the bulk of her collegiate career participating in local Austin communities as an Austin City Hall Fellow. She even travelled to Cape Town, South Africa, where she interned for a women's empowerment nonprofit. When she is not writing papers or reading novels, Rodrigues enjoys pruning her photography skills and freelance writing.
Max Rombado| UT Austin
Brookings Institute, Brown Center on Education Policy
Maximiliano (Max) Rombado is a student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in government and minoring in sociology. He is passionate about equitable education reform. Rombado hopes to use his knowledge and skills to provide research and programmatic support for government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and/or school districts concerned with education reform and innovation.
Bahar Sahami | UT Austin
U.S. Supreme Court
Bahar Sahami is a senior Dedman Distinguished Scholar in the honors program at The University of Texas at Austin, double majoring in government and international relations with a minor in Middle Eastern studies and a certificate in global management. Sahami serves as editor-in-chief of the Texas Undergraduate Law Review and president of the Student Conduct and Advisory Committee. She founded Longhorn Veritas, which increases transparency of on-campus research resources. Sahami has been a research intern in the UT Austin Department of Government and a legislative intern at the Texas State Capitol. She is passionate about pro bono legal aid and public service, and plans to pursue law school after graduation.
Jonathan Schueler | UT Dallas
Jonathan Schueler is a international political economy and global business double major at The University of Texas at Dallas and a member of the Collegium V Honors Program. This year, Schueler lived in China for seven months while completing an internship with Dacheng Law Offices in Ningbo, China and an exchange with City University of Hong Kong. He previously was the president of the UT Dallas Model United Nations team and a committee chair of the UT Dallas Student Government. Schueler is looking forward to attending graduate school and beginning a career in diplomacy. He enjoys camping, hiking, photography and pretending to be productive by watching educational YouTube videos.
Bailey Schumm | UT Austin
Family Planning 2020
Bailey Schumm is a senior public health and government student at The University of Texas at Austin. On campus, Schumm has served as the president of the University Democrats and as an editor for the Texas Undergraduate Law Review. She currently interns in the Office of State Representative Eddie Rodriguez and previously worked for State Representative Trey Martinez Fischer. Upon graduating, Schumm hopes to pursue graduate degrees in public health and public policy. In her free time, she enjoys reading nonfiction, volunteering at the LBJ Presidential Library and playing guitar.
Amar Sheth| UT Austin
National Academy of Medicine
Amar Sheth is a student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in neuroscience and minoring in computer science and social inequality, health, and policy. After graduation, Sheth plans to go to medical school and pursue a dual degree in M.D. and M.P.H. In the long run, he hopes to leverage his passion for public policy to combat health inequalities in children and adolescents.
Douglas Snyder | UT Austin
Office of U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse
Douglas Snyder is a third-year Information Management Systems and Government dual major. He is pursuing certifications in Core Texts and Ideas and Public Policy. Snyder is the former President of the University Democrats at UT Austin, and a board member of J Street's UT chapter. He is interested in political philosophy, particularly the intersection of policy and culture and what makes our society work. He hopes to someday work in commentary and media.
Renzo Soto | UT Austin
Office of U.S. Congressman Gene Green
Jann (Renzo) Soto is a student at The University of Texas at Austin pursuing a double-major in philosophy and government. In the past, he has interned for Project Vote Smart and the Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association. Most recently, Soto worked at the Texas House of Representatives as a legislative aide. Born in the Philippines to a family immersed in the medical field, he is passionate about health and human services policies and their effects on indigent populations. Upon graduation, Soto plans on returning to the Texas House for the 86th Legislative Session until returning to school to pursue a law degree in 2019.
Emily Stinnett | UT Dallas
World Wildlife Fund
Emily Stinnett is a junior majoring in international political economy at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has worked for the Office of Sustainability where she created UT Dallas' Ecology-Representative program. During a summer spent in Oaxaca, Mexico, Stinnett volunteered at a micro-lending non-profit for women entrepreneurs called En Vía. Stinnett is passionate about vermiculture, dismantling the patriarchy, exploring sustainable agriculture and environmental justice, and unsustainable institutions and how they affect communities of color and the developing world. In her free time she enjoys playing the clarinet, learning about art and culture, and finding new places to eat vegetarian tacos. In the future, Stinnett wants to work for a nonprofit or advocacy group that works toward greater protection and respect of the environment.
Alen Thomas | UT Dallas
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Alen Thomas is a junior at The University of Texas at Dallas, majoring in finance and accounting. He is a member of the Davidson Management Honors and Collegium V Honors Programs. On campus, Thomas has served as the president of the UT Dallas Model United Nations Organization. He brings a perspective on Asset Management and Corporate Finance from his internships with Fidelity Investments and Ericsson over the past summer and fall semesters. Thomas plans to pursue a career in securities law, seeking to understand the intersection between the financial services industry and governmental regulation. In his free time, he listens to classic rock and enjoys counselling high schoolers.
Brittany Tiemann | UT Austin
Smithsonian National Museum of National History
Brittany Tiemann is a geospatial information sciences (GIS) major at The University of Texas at Dallas. On campus, she has been involved with volunteer projects and leadership through Terry Scholars serving as an elected officer and freshman mentor. Last summer, Tiemann interned abroad in Dublin, Ireland with the Irish Green Building Council helping to promote green building practices throughout the country. She enjoys discussing art and history, and exploring parks. Upon graduation in May, Tiemann plans to pursue a career in GIS within the federal government.
Cole Weber | UT Austin
U.S. Peace Corps, Office of Overseas Programming and Training Support
James (Cole) Weber is a government major studying at The University of Texas at Austin. He hopes to pursue a law degree after completing his undergraduate degree and entering the public service in Washington, D.C. Weber’s policy interests include transportation, welfare, law enforcement, voter discrimination and immigration. He has interned with the Railroad Commission of Texas, and he co-founded and served as president of the Texas Society for Policy and Enterprise at UT Austin, which studies and debates the relationship between business and government.
Justin Wolf | UT Austin
Office of Congressman Michael McCaul
Justin Wolf is a student at The University of Texas at Austin majoring in government and minoring in history. In addition to his studies, Wolf has been an active member in the Texas public service, beginning his work as a legislative aide for State Representative Debbie Riddle. He was also a part of the Texas Governor’s Fellowship where he worked in the criminal justice division. Wolf is active in Lambda Chi Alpha. After graduation, Justin hopes to attend law school and find a job in Washington D.C.
Kirsten Wolfford | UT Austin
Marathon Petroleum Corporation
Kirsten Wolfford is a government major at The University of Texas at Austin and is a member of the Liberal Arts Honors program. Passionate about local and international policy, Wolfford has worked as a research intern for the Edward A. Clark Center for Australian & New Zealand Studies within the Department of Government as well as the Texas Legislature. Outside of academics, she enjoys working with the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State every summer to promote civic values among young women. Wolfford plans to attend law school in the fall to pursue a future in comparative law.
Anastasia Zaluckyj | UT Dallas
U.S. Supreme Court
A junior at The University of Texas at Dallas, Anastasia Zaluckyj is majoring in history and philosophy with a minor in political science. On campus, she is a member of the Collegium V program and the Moot Court team, and previously worked with the Innocence Project through UT Dallas. Last summer, Zaluckyj interned with the Center for American and International Law. As a current member and former officer of the philosophy club, her intellectual passions include political, continental and ancient philosophy. In her spare time, Zaluckyj enjoys dancing. She plans to attend law school after finishing her undergraduate degree.