I've had many great experiences at SIS. I am a part of the Interfaith Council and United Methodist Student Association and work at the Academic Support and Access Center. In February, I travelled to Provo, Utah to represent SIS in a roundtable on religion and development at the Wheatley International Affair Conference. One of my favorite experiences since coming to SIS was interning at the Center for Community Change this past summer. This internship enabled me to publish pieces in The Huffington Post, Talk Poverty, The Nation, Quartz, and CNN. I was recently awarded a Gilman Scholarship and will spend the spring 2017 semester studying health policy in London.
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