Rachel Sedehi is an undergraduate at James Madison University pursuing a BA in anthropology with a minor in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. Her work in academia also includes archeological research and graphic design. In addition, she has experience translating scientific studies into coherent promotional materials for a U.S. defense contracting company, a large part of her time spent working with a researcher in sexual assault forensics. She seeks to help women in need, in a national and international context with a focus on reproductive rights, at- risk community outreach, and supporting women and children caught in civil conflict. Rachel emphasizes the importance of diversity and cultural understanding and is also focused on increasing the efforts to respond to climate change.