Alison is a rising junior at the University of Michigan and will receive a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. On campus she is the President of She’s the First, a female-education fundraising club, and is on the committee for Leading Women of Tomorrow, an initiative to encourage greater female participation in public service. She is interested in pursuing work in the non-profit field post-undergrad and is considering attending law school afterwards.
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