||I am a co-recipient of the firm's Charles J. Beard, II Diversity Fellowship, and am a rising second-year student at Harvard Law School. I graduated from the University of Vermont in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and minor in Law and Society. I come to Foley Hoag with experience as a 2019 SEO Law Fellow at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York City, where I worked on international litigation, business development, and green card applications for asylee children. In 2018, I worked at the Vermont Department of Labor as a research analyst intern on matters ranging from material development for a statewide employment initiative to the authoring of a report on the impact and scope of technology in the Vermont economy. During my time at the University of Vermont, I served as a research assistant on implicit bias and racial disparities in the criminal legal system. At Harvard Law School, I am a member of both Harvard Defenders and the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project, student practice organizations which provide representation to marginalized people in Massachusetts. I also currently serve as a co-chair of the Harvard Black Law Students Association PULSE Committee. This fall, I join the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau as a student attorney representing indigent clients in civil matters.